School Programs

Educational Programming for The Next Generation of Environmental Stewards

The protectors of nature tomorrow are still students today. Wildlands has developed award-winning programming intended to delight, inspire and of course, teach important curriculum-aligned concepts.

We conduct programs for more than 21,000 children grades K-12 each year, ranging from assemblies with our wildlife education animals to group-specific field trips and after-school enrichment. College-level presentations are also available.

All of our environmental education enhances schools’ curriculum and aligns with the Commonwealth’s Academic Standards for Environment and Ecology. Additionally, our offerings support the Pennsylvania STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Initiative.


We have two options:

1. Virtual School Programs: Wildlands is pleased to have developed several options for structured, live and interactive presentations which can delivered directly to students in grades K-12 using ZOOM!

2. In Person School Programs: In person programs can be conducted on-site at Dorothy Rider Pool Wildlife Sanctuary in Emmaus, or, the programs can come to you! Either way, these hands-on learning opportunities allow students to experience nature-based concepts firsthand.


Click a button below to learn more about the option that best suits your students’ needs.

Learn About Virtual School Programs!
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