Conservation club for kids in grades 5-10 spring 2019

New location: Now in Beverly

a partnership between kestrel and Endicott college

Click here to pay for spring 2019 session

click here to register for spring 2019

You must both pay and register in order to be enrolled in the club

If you would like to apply for a fee waiver, simply email and ask

What: A youth adventure, environment, and service club. YOU work with the group to choose a project that will help people and the local environment. We might raise baby turtles, make maps, monitor seabird nests, or count frogs at the local ponds. Your group might need to go hiking, boating, or to explore the beach to meet your project goals. It’s up to you! You even manage our equipment and snack budgets and choose what to buy.

All our projects involve wildlife, wild places, and fun adventures


Open to any student in Grades 5-10. Homeschoolers of equivalent age are welcome

Adult Guides:

Jessica Kagle (from Kestrel) and Bram Lutton (from Endicott) and Vincent Giacalone (from Endicott)

Time and Place:

Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30pm

March 20 through May 29, 2019, No meeting on April 17th

Meets at 9 May Street in Beverly, upstairs 


This program is grant funded in order to remove possible financial barriers to participation. We charge only a registration fee of $40. Fee waivers and a sliding scale are available for those in need.

Visit the fall 2018 Conservation Club’s YouTube channel by clicking here

Check out the work of the spring 2018 Conservation Club below:


Welcome!!! Conservation Club is a club where middle school kids get to go out into nature and get to realize what it's like to help preserve the Earth. This website has a lot of ideas that will expand your knowledge about amphibian and reptiles in Massachusetts.                        

Local Reptiles and Amphibians 

Where to find Reptiles and Amphibians

Threats to Reptiles and Amphibians

Click here to visit and subscribe to our Youtube Channel

Text by Conservation Club students. 

All photos by Conservation Club students and staff.