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Resources for  Teachers

Oxford Hills Teachers

If you are an Oxford Hills teacher interested in bringing your class to Roberts Farm, please check out our teachers page!

Note: You must be signed in to your MSAD17 account to follow the link! 


Local Organizations, Groups & Links

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Western Foothills Chapter of Inside-Outside Nature-Based Educators of New England

Quarterly Meetings held to share all things outdoor learning:

 ideas, troubleshooting, and seasonal explorations. 

Contact Seal Rossignol, Education and Programming Coordinator for CEBE (Center for an Ecology-Based Economy) at for meeting information.

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Loanable STEM Kits

University of Maine Cooperative Extension seeks to provide research-based education to the people of Maine. One of the ways we do this is through resources and toolkits available for educators and volunteers. We have STEM kits available statewide through online reservation (or contact directly). We also have a variety of kits available through the Oxford County Office (password = clover) where you will be able to request materials and find a free online downloadable list of activities and resources as well. 

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Teach ME Outside

This is a great collection of resources and professional development supporting outdoor learning in Maine! 


Visit their website here!

Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI)

The GMRI Education team offer fantastic resources for incorporating citizen science, climate change data, and hands-on field work into your classroom. 

Visit their website here!

Portland Water District

The Portland Water District's education team has created a wide variety of water quality lessons and loanable kits to help you and your classes engage with water quality in the Sebago Lake Watershed. Find out more about these kits here

Portland Water District collaborated with Windham High School Students to create Discovering Water, a great student-friendly resource on water quality, ecology, and pollution in Maine. 

Bryant Pond 4H Camp & Learning Center: Lakeside Classroom

At Bryant Pond, we offer a variety of activities and programming designed to inspire stewardship of our environment by fostering a “sense of wonder” as well as an understanding of what it means to live sustainably on a planet with limited resources. Some of our programmings include canoeing, survival, water ecology, forest ecology, and conservation education. We also work with educators to design unique curriculums that can be connected to Next Generation Science Standards.

For more information contact- 

Mary Proulx (Assistant Director) 

Phone: 207-890-4536

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