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John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum is one of the 23 centers in the Alliance for Watershed Education.

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum has the honor of being America’s First Urban National Wildlife Refuge, which was established to protect Pennsylvania’s largest remaining tidal marsh and provide environmental education. The refuge strives to provide environmental education, engage communities in conservation action, and breakdown transportation barriers to green spaces in Philadelphia. This center…

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Independence Seaport Museum

Independence Seaport Museum allows visitors to discover Philadelphia’s river of history and world of connections.  With Cruiser Olympia and World War II-era Submarine Becuna, a boatbuilding workshop, boating opportunities on the beautiful and historic Delaware River, and interactive exhibitions, the Museum is the premier destination on the Penn’s Landing waterfront.  To start planning your visit,…

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Fairmount Water Works is one of the 23 centers in the Alliance for Watershed Education.

Fairmount Water Works

Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center educates visitors about Philadelphia’s urban watershed at its waterfront facility, operated by the Philadelphia Water Department. This historic water pumping station offers a glimpse into humanity’s important connection to water. See FWW’s virtual programs here.

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The DuPont Environmental Education Center, operated by Delaware Nature Society, is one of the 23 centers in the Alliance for Watershed Education.

DuPont Environmental Education Center

Delaware Nature Society’s DuPont Environmental Education Center works to improve environmental and community health through its 10-acre ornamental garden, quarter-mile trail through freshwater tidal marsh, and a nature center that is open year-round. NOW OPEN: Jack Markell Trail from the center to New Castle, Delaware (5.5 miles). This center leads canoe and kayak programs for…

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Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center

Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center has offered environmental education programs at its urban center in Southwest Philadelphia for more than two decades. It offers hands-on activities, research & teacher training to strengthen in-school environmental education. This center features meadows, forest area, two creeks and a wetland.

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Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium

Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium is the non-profit that provides all educational components for Adventure Aquarium; the Center engages Camden City students in a rigorous youth development program, conducts research and outreach, and collaborates with community partners to promote the environment, aquatic life and habitats.   Check out the digital and virtual programs CAS offers here!

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