About the Course
This program is an interactive experience in making a difference to our globe using Florida’s ecosystems as case studies. Hands-on simulations, calculations and games teach about a sea of aquatic habitats and how we personally impact those waters, the wildlife and fishes therein. Students realize that “we are all connected, so we are all affected” and are empowered to change their habits to become water stewards.
Gold Coast, FL, USA
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This program typically accommodates grades 3-college, but can be tailored for K-2 upon request.
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Learn the interrelatedness of terrestrial and marine ecosystems through discussion, research and experimentation.
Research how land-based sources of pollution (caused by runoff into the watershed) affects global sea turtle populations and thus the food web through oceanic processes.
Experience from a fish’s perspective what we humans are doing in Southeast Florida to our ocean ecosystems and how that effects snapper, an important fish for many reasons, and what they can do to take action to stop these impacts.
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