As a biology teacher at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA, Deb Harrison wants to nurture environmental stewardship in her students.
She strives to help her students think critically about climate change and about what sustainability means in their lives.
For nearly 20 years, Harrison has been one of Manomet’s most active volunteers, working in our banding lab and helping to shape our educational programs. Last spring, she joined Manomet’s Board of Councilors.
“I continue to be a devoted contributor because of the invaluable experiences Manomet provides children at the banding lab and in the field. My students learn through experiential education at its very, very best at Manomet,” Harrison said. “It is always such a huge thrill for students to release a banded bird and then consider the challenges that bird faces and surmounts. Manomet makes it real for the kids and inspires them through its global conservation work.”
Harrison says that giving to Manomet is an easy choice.
“Donors give to organizations they have confidence in and can identify with. I believe in Manomet because of the powerful difference it makes for the earth and for current and future generations of environmental stewards,” she said. “Manomet leverages its science by collaborating with partners to bring about measurable change. It is a worthy investment. Please join me in giving to Manomet today.”
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