The Stockton Maple Project continuously offers educational workshops to members of our local community and to educators in P-12 schools. Our workshops incorporate many variations and combinations of these three main topics, including science, sustainability, and reciprocity (i.e. a Native American and ecological concept focused on returning resources to the environment after or before a harvest).
Our workshops take place on the Stockton University campus, in various tapping hubs and community events such as the Batsto Village Country Living Fair, and by arrangement with local educators in schools. This page also links to materials from maple-rich regions that educators will find useful.
Our education initiative is led by Stockton Alumna in Environmental Science Debra A. Sommers.
If you are interested in getting involved you can fill out our form found here or email Debra Sommers at: email@example.com
- LINK to the PA Kindergarten Sugar Maple Lesson (can be adapted to Red Maples found in south Jersey):
- LINK to the NY Kindergarten-Sixth Grade Videos and Worksheets
- Link to the WI Grades 3-5 Lesson Plans
- LINK to the VT Seven Kid-Friendly Activities about Maple Syrup
- Link to the AZ Maple Syrup Connection to Climate Change for 7-8th grades
- LINK to the CAN Home Schooler Early Learner Resources
- LINK to the SciKids Show Where Does Maple Syrup Come From Video