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For more
information call:

(603) 626-FISH

or mail to:
Amoskeag Fishways
PO Box 330
Manchester, NH 03105

The Center and
exhibit hall are
open year-round

Monday - Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

with the following exceptions:

Winter Hours

The Center is open
Monday - Saturday
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
December 1st - March 1st

The Fishways will be closed
the following dates in 2019:

Jan 1: New Year's Day
Jan 21: Civil Rights Day
Feb 18: President's Day
May 27: Memorial Day
July 4: Independence Day
Sept 2: Labor Day
Oct 14: Columbus Day
Nov 11: Veteran's Day
Nov 28-30: Thanksgiving
Dec 24-26: Winter Holiday
Dec 31-Jan 1: New Year's

Teachers Page


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The Amoskeag Fishways has the training and expertise to offer the following Teacher Professional Development topics
(as in-service or pre-service training):

  • Meeting NH Science Frameworks: Science Process Skills and Inquiry Based Learning
  • Integrating STEM, Engineering and problem solving into the Science classroom
  • Integrating Inquiry Based Science and Math Frameworks
  • Integrating Inquiry Based Science and Literacy
  • Inquiry and Mindfulness in the Classroom
  • Utilizing Science Notebooks effectively
  • Adapting current science curriculum/lessons to include Inquiry and Problem-solving
  • Using local nature and place-based topics to meet Science, Literacy and Math requirements
  • Merrimack River Watershed as context for learning and meeting interdisciplinary requirements
  • Project Learning Tree (PLT)
  • Project WILD
  • Project WET
  • Joint workshops for certification in PLT, WILD and WET
  • Project Learning Tree Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood
  • Growing Up WILD early childhood curriculum

For more information about our teacher workshop opportunities, please contact:
Kathleen Neville - Education Coordinator - kneville@nhaudubon.org
Helen Dalbeck - Executive Director - hdalbeck@nhaudubon.org
or call (603) 626 FISH (3474) - www.amoskeagfishways.org

* References available *

The Amoskeag Fishways provides cooperative environmental and science education programs fostering cultural and ecological stewardship of watersheds and riparian systems. Supported by a unique partnership with Eversource, NH Audubon, NH Fish and Game and the US Fish and Wildlife Service since 1995.


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