Building for the Future – Our Program Growth

Our new living building brings innovative opportunities for engaging our community in environmental learning experiences that are enduring, empowering, and exciting. Our new net zero energy, water, and waste building, with its integrated exhibits, demonstration and teaching gardens, outdoor learning spaces and accessible trails, will be a powerful teaching tool that is critical to the success of a retuned approach to achieving environmental literacy in the 21st Century. View this page (PDF).

Currently serving an average of 8,200 children, youth and adults each year, 30% of which are low-income, we plan for:

Program highlights:

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Hitchcock Center for the Environment