WarrenSchoolSchool groups are encouraged to use the Bog as an outdoor laboratory for exploring the natural world and connecting children with nature. Teachers have the option of directing their own field trips or can arrange for Bog volunteers to lead the student walks.

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Teachers seeking a more structured approach can participate in the Junior Naturalist Program. The Bog provides students and teachers with Junior Naturalist Activity Books (link to PDF of book), conducts guided Bog visits in the fall and again in the spring, and awards badges to students who complete the required activities and service project. 

To minimize the impact on the natural area and ensure a meaningful experience for all our visitors, we ask that teachers schedule their class visits by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 786-2553.

 Here are a couple of exciting projects completed by local schools. Click on the title to see the project.

The Great Quincy Bog Book!