Suisun Marsh Natural History Association

Environmental Education Program

Education Director: Monique Liguori

Suisun Marsh / Mount Diablo

The Environmental Education program of SMNHA is involved with many facets of the local community. We offer both assembly presentations and field trips to private and public schools, youth groups and adult organizations. Over 300,000 children and adults have participated in our programs.

Our most popular presentation is Wildlife Rescue, held at the Wildlife Center or at your site.  Our non-releasable education bird and animal ambassadors provide an amazing up-close window to the wild world.

The 116,000 acre Suisun Marsh is the largest brackish marsh in the United States, and is the largest remaining coastal wet land in California. It is essential that we understand how this and other valuable ecosystems operate so that we can make a contribution to their survival.

The Suisun Marsh program is honored as one of the few that has been included in the curriculum of the Fairfield-Suisun School District third grade classes. Libraries, scout groups, Road Scholars and all types of organizations have enjoyed our programs. 

For details on this and other programs, see Presentations and Field Trips.  Also check our Schedule of Events for member / public programs.

Teach and entertain your group or class with fascinating subjects of Natural History!


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