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TNAC provides many different opportunities for outdoor nature and art experiences, including:

  • Hands-on E-STEM (Environmental-science, Technology, Engineering, Math) field trips and in-school visits serving thousands of students each year

  • Educational programs for families including our annual maple sugaring demonstration and sunflower seed harvest

  • Collaboration with local organizations such as the Trumbull Library, Trumbull Historical Society, Trumbull Community Women, Long Hill Garden Club, and Boy and Girl Scout troops

  • Volunteerism by employees of local corporations in both one-day and longer-term projects

Many companies, organizations, and local residents have contributed funds, equipment, and volunteer time to TNAC's sustainability efforts.

TNAC sustainability plan


This presentation provides a summation of environmental sustainability goals and TNAC's plan for supporting Trumbull's sustainability plan through environmental STEM education.

Click here for the Trumbull Nature & Arts Center's Sustainability Plan for Environmental E-STEM education.

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