Groton Nature Center
A Natural Connections restoration project.
Groton Nature Center - Free and Open to the Public
The Groton Nature Center, a project of Vermont Parks Forever’s Natural Connections program, has been restored through the public/private partnership between Vermont Parks Forever; ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain; Vermont State Parks; and the generous support of many donors.
The new nature center provides innovative educational opportunities with the goal of establishing life-long connections between park visitors and the natural world. The Groton Nature Center tells the story of human relationships with nature in Vermont, encouraging an appreciation for and fostering responsible stewardship of Vermont’s natural resources.
The Groton Nature Center, located at 1595 Boulder Beach Rd in Groton, is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:30am to 6:00pm throughout the park season. Check out photos from the opening and be sure to plan your visit soon!
Scroll through to see photos from the opening event generously donated by Sevenpair Studios.
Natural Connections would not be possible without the support of these generous donors.
The Canaday Family Charitable Trust
The Jan Blomstrann Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation
The WaterWheel Foundation
Winthrop H. Smith, Jr. Charitable Foundation
Darn Tough Vermont
The Larsen Fund/Susan Z. Ritz
The MacLeay Foundation
Pomerleau Real Estate
Jan S. Eastman and John H. Marshall
Tim Briglin and Laurel Mackin
Jerry Greenfield and Elizabeth Skarie Foundation
The Mimi Fishman Foundation
The Lake Groton Association
Northfield Savings Bank
John Sharpless and Janet Rutkowski
Washington Electric Cooperative Community Fund
Many individual or anonymous donors
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