Environmental education is an important activity at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge and volunteer staff work with school, youth, and civic groups on a regular basis and do some offsite programs in the local community.
Teacher workshops are held on the refuge annually and many resources for educators are available on loan. An Indiana Master Naturalist Course, held each year in March and April, provides adults with knowledge of many natural resource topics. A student Junior Master Naturalist Course is held in each summer.
Muscatatuck Refuge manages the Indiana Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest, a “conservation through art” learning opportunity that is easy to enter and promotes learning about waterfowl and wetlands.