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Spatially Connecting Kids to the Bay





Skip to the Field Experiences page, our Interpreters page 

 or our Livebinders site full of Chesapeake Bay resources & Stewardship Opportunities




Below you'll find...




To provide meaningful watershed educational experience to 7th Grade Life Science students in Fairfax County, Virginia, fostering their environmental stewardship and promoting their educational achievement.



Goals by July 2012




Objectives for 2011-2012




In the News

The Classroom Comes to Reston's Lake Fairfax   Reston Patch  by Carolyn Lawson Low

Mason Offers Local Students a Hands-On Environmental Experience    The Mason Gazette  by Ashley Moss




Collaborators and Supporters


And with vital support from:


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Chesapeake Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) program





           Virginia Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund                                                               Virginia Environmental Endowment




For More Information



For more information about this NOAA-funded partnership, please contact either of the following:


Dann Sklarew, Associate Director

Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center

George Mason University

Cindy Smith, K12 Education Director
Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center

George Mason University

dsklarew@gmu.edu csmitc@gmu.edu
(703) 993-2012  

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