Education
and Programs

The University of Michigan-Dearborn has been providing experiential environmental education on its campus for more than 40 years. Click on the links below to see a schedule of the upcoming events at the Environmental Interpretive Center and to learn how you can participate in our environmental programs.

Writing Competition - Do you know of a student in grades 4-8 who is expressive and loves to write? Watch for more information about our "Reflections on Nature" writing competition coming soon.

School Programs - Programs for organized groups intended to complement various Grade Level Content Expectations as defined by the State of Michigan.

Community Programs - Programs for various age groups and families wishing to learn more about the natural environment.

University Activities - Learning opportunities and organizations for University students.

Watershed Education - Information about the annual Rouge River Water Festival.

 

Quick Links


Rouge River
Bird Observatory


The Rouge River Bird Observatory is the longest- running, full-time urban bird research station in North America.
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Contact Us:


Environmental
Interpretive Center
University of Michigan – Dearborn
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
(313) 593–5338
eic@umd.umich.edu