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    Nature Journaling the Winter Salt Marsh

    Guided Hike at The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    Nature Journaling the Winter Salt Marsh

    Saturday, January 27th 1:00pm

    Globally rare salt marsh habitats are special places to birds and other wildlife, and are indispensable to humans, as well. Let’s invite the sights, sounds, smells, and textures of CBEC’s spectacular salt marsh into our curious minds, as we record our experiences of this unique habitat, throughout the seasons, in our personal nature journals. The hike distance is approximately 3/4 mile and terrain is hard packed trail, boardwalk, and sandy beach. Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, journal with pencil, and binoculars. Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Pre-Registration if required:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/guided-hike-2/

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    Legacy Institute For The Environment Seeking Applicants

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    The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center is currently seeking applications for its premier Chesapeake Bay Stewardship/Education Program called The Legacy Institute for the Environment (LIFE).
    The mission of the LIFE program is to build social capital for the environment by providing learning opportunities and meaningful stewardship roles for adults in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Participants build knowledge, skills and relationships from educators and scientists from an array of environmental agencies and organizations delivering engaging presentations and offering field experiences.

    Classes are held in the Education Building at CBEC and participants hear presentations from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Mid-Shore Riverkeepers, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the University of Maryland, the Watershed Stewards Academy, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Washington College, Chesapeake College and Queen Anne’s County Planning and Zoning officials. Speakers present information on issues such as bay restoration, land management, and animal and plant conservation.  CBEC’s own team of naturalists and educators also contribute to the program by facilitating habitat investigations on CBEC’s 510 acre nature preserve in Grasonville, MD.

    More than 150 stewards have graduated from the program since its inception in 2004.  Each year the program can only hold 25 participants and it fills up fast.  Don’t miss your chance to participate!  If interested in participating, complete the online application found at:   https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/ and submit it by February 21st, 2018.

    The 9-session program takes place on Wednesdays at CBEC from March 7th, 2018 thru May 2nd, 2018.  The cost for the program is $150 and 20 hours of volunteer stewardship activities.  For information on the 2018 program, email Courtney Leigh at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or consult CBEC’s web site at https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/.

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    Guided Hike: Ecology Of The Property Tour

    Join us for a Guided Hike on Thursday, January 18th at 10am! Ecology of the Property Tour will give you an introduction to the ecology of our Woodland Island, Salt Marsh, Oyster Reef, and Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Bed. We will circumnavigate Lake Knapp stopping along the way for interpretation moments led by our Certified Interpretive Guide and Master Naturalist during a 90 minute walk. Members are FREE, Non Members $5
    Pre-Registration is required: https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-eve…/guided-hike/

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    Still Reasons To Enjoy The Outdoors at CBEC in January

    January Events at CBEC
    Guided Hike
    January 27th, 1pm
    The Winter Salt Marsh and Intro to Nature Journaling

    Globally rare salt marsh habitats are special places to birds and other wildlife, and are indispensable to humans, as well. Let’s invite the sights, sounds, smells, and textures of CBEC’s spectacular salt marsh into our curious minds, as we record our experiences of this unique habitat, throughout the seasons, in our personal nature journals. The hike distance is approximately 3/4 mile and terrain is hard packed trail, boardwalk, and sandy beach.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, journal with pencil, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/guided-hike-2/

    Critters and Cocktails January-April 2018
    Registration is now open!

    Join us for the 2018 season, which will feature a series of talks on wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay Region uniquely paired with sponsored beverages and appetizers!

    The program will be held in CBEC’s Education Building in Grasonville, MD.  The lectures will be held on Wednesdays with refreshments & beverages starting at 6:30pm  and the actual presentation from
    7-7:45pm.  Topics include; Snowy Owls, Coyotes, Sharks, and Bats!
    Cost will be $10/session for CBEC Members; $15/session for Non-Members.  SAVE Money by prepaying for all 4 sessions!
    Online registration is  highly encouraged as we are due to sell out!  SAVE YOUR SPOT!

    REGISTER TODAY:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/speaker-series/
    Legacy Institute For The Environment 2018
    Applications are now being accepted!

    Make a REAL difference in our Chesapeake Bay Watershed by joining LIFE!
    Why participate in LIFE?
    To join like-minded people on a mission to create a legacy of protecting the environment for future generations.

    Who can become a Legacy Steward?
    Maryland residents interested in learning more about the environment and desiring to volunteer time and talent at CBEC toward environmental education, research, restoration, and stewardship.

    How does the Institute Prepare Participants?
    Participants attend fascinating educational sessions and participate in site visits guided by expert scientists, environmental educators, and professional consultants.

    When does the LIFE 2018 Program Occur?

    LIFE 2018 Applications are now being accepted and are due by February 21st, 2018.  The LIFE 2018 Program begins on Wednesday, March 7th and meets for 9 consecutive Wednesday’s thru May 2nd, 2018.  Each session begins at 9:30am and ends by 3:30pm.

    How much does the Program Cost?

    $150 dollars and 20 hours of volunteer/stewardship activities for CBEC.
    Apply today:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/ 

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    Engaging Nature Experiences in January at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    January Events at CBEC
    Creepy Crawlers:  Nature Program
    January 2nd at 10:00am
    Wintery Waterfowl

    Discover which birds like to make Lake Knapp their winter home and how to identify them.
    Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/creepy-crawlers/

    Guided Hike
    January 18th, 10am
    Ecology of the Property Tour

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. A docent will lead participants on a journey to explore topics of Hummock Succession, Oyster Reef Ecology, Salt Marsh Plants, Lake Knapp Bird Residents, and Resident Raptors all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/guided-hike/

    Guided Hike
    January 27th, 1pm
    The Winter Salt Marsh and Intro to Nature Journaling

    Globally rare salt marsh habitats are special places to birds and other wildlife, and are indispensable to humans, as well. Let’s invite the sights, sounds, smells, and textures of CBEC’s spectacular salt marsh into our curious minds, as we record our experiences of this unique habitat, throughout the seasons, in our personal nature journals. The hike distance is approximately 3/4 mile and terrain is hard packed trail, boardwalk, and sandy beach.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, journal with pencil, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/guided-hike-2/
    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program
    January 15th at 10:00am
    “What is a Plant?”

    Let’s learn all about plants and then make your own wheat grass pet.

    Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/

    School’s Out Camp
    January 15th, 26th, and 29th 9am-3:30pm
    Oh Deer!, Snowy Science, and Wonders of Fire

    Need something for your kids to do when schools are out? Send them to CBEC for a day full of hands-on nature exploration and fun for campers grades K-6! Older campers can come as assistants for ½ price. Camp runs from 9-3:30pm with after-care available, 3:30-5pm. Cost is $30/camper daily, $10 extra for aftercare. Sign up for all 10 dates and receive a $30 discount!  Payment is collected at camp and can be paid by check or cash.
    Register Here:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/schools-out-camp/

    Critters and Cocktails January-April 2018
    Registration is now open!

    Join us for the 2018 season, which will feature a series of talks on wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay Region uniquely paired with sponsored beverages and appetizers!

    The program will be held in CBEC’s Education Building in Grasonville, MD.  The lectures will be held on Wednesdays with refreshments & beverages starting at 6:30pm  and the actual presentation from
    7-7:45pm.  Topics include; Snowy Owls, Coyotes, Sharks, and Bats!
    Cost will be $10/session for CBEC Members; $15/session for Non-Members.  SAVE Money by prepaying for all 4 sessions!
    Online registration is  highly encouraged as we are due to sell out!  SAVE YOUR SPOT!
    Wednesday, January 24th, 6:30pm-7:45pm
    Jean-Francois Therrien:  Winter Migrants…Snowy Owls and More!

    The presentation will review recent results from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary’s research program, with an emphasis on Arctic raptors. The audience will witness how we manage to monitor those highly mobile and unpredictable predatory birds throughout consecutive years via a slide show depicting field work situations.  Ph.D. Biology. Joined Hawk Mountain in 2011. After completing an academic internship with Hawk Mountain in the fall of 2002, JF returned nine years later as Senior Research Biologist. He now leads the Sanctuary’s research projects in the Arctic and is also involved in several studies including the movement ecology of New World Vultures and Peregrine Falcons across the Americas.  When he’s not monitoring the long-term American kestrel nest-box program or helping with the migration counts from the Sanctuary’s lookout, JF can be found teaching statistics to Sanctuary trainees and enjoying life with his wife and two young children.

    Food and Beverage Sponsors:
                        

    REGISTER TODAY:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/speaker-series/

    Legacy Institute For The Environment 2018
    Applications are now being accepted!

    Make a REAL difference in our Chesapeake Bay Watershed by joining LIFE!
    Why participate in LIFE?
    To join like-minded people on a mission to create a legacy of protecting the environment for future generations.

    Who can become a Legacy Steward?
    Maryland residents interested in learning more about the environment and desiring to volunteer time and talent at CBEC toward environmental education, research, restoration, and stewardship.

    How does the Institute Prepare Participants?
    Participants attend fascinating educational sessions and participate in site visits guided by expert scientists, environmental educators, and professional consultants.

    When does the LIFE 2018 Program Occur?

    LIFE 2018 Applications are now being accepted and are due by February 21st, 2018.  The LIFE 2018 Program begins on Wednesday, March 7th and meets for 9 consecutive Wednesday’s thru May 2nd, 2018.  Each session begins at 9:30am and ends by 3:30pm.

    How much does the Program Cost?

    $150 dollars and 20 hours of volunteer/stewardship activities for CBEC.
    Apply today:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/

     

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    Legacy Institute For The Environment Seeking Applicants

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    The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center is currently seeking applications for its premier Chesapeake Bay Stewardship/Education Program called The Legacy Institute for the Environment (LIFE).
    The mission of the LIFE program is to build social capital for the environment by providing learning opportunities and meaningful stewardship roles for adults in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Participants build knowledge, skills and relationships from educators and scientists from an array of environmental agencies and organizations delivering engaging presentations and offering field experiences.

    Classes are held in the Education Building at CBEC and participants hear presentations from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Mid-Shore Riverkeepers, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the University of Maryland, the Watershed Stewards Academy, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Washington College, Chesapeake College and Queen Anne’s County Planning and Zoning officials. Speakers present information on issues such as bay restoration, land management, and animal and plant conservation.  CBEC’s own team of naturalists and educators also contribute to the program by facilitating habitat investigations on CBEC’s 510 acre nature preserve in Grasonville, MD.

    More than 150 stewards have graduated from the program since its inception in 2004.  Each year the program can only hold 25 participants and it fills up fast.  Don’t miss your chance to participate!  If interested in participating, complete the online application found at:   https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/ and submit it by February 21st, 2018.

    The 9-session program takes place on Wednesdays at CBEC from March 7th, 2018 thru May 2nd, 2018.  The cost for the program is $150 and 20 hours of volunteer stewardship activities.  For information on the 2018 program, email Courtney Leigh at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or consult CBEC’s web site at https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/.

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    Evergreen Tree ID and Holiday Swag Making at CBEC

    Swag

    Guided Hike
    December 23rd, 1pm
    Evergreen Tree Id and Holiday Swag Making

    Celebrate the Winter Solstice with CBEC!  Join our naturalists along a walk around our ponds stopping to identify common evergreen trees.  Learn some interesting folklore about each tree and discover adaptations that they have to endure the long, cold winters.  We will stop to trim the tree of some branches for making swags.  Swags are decorative bundles of Evergreen tied together with a festive bow to accent your home symbolizing the winter solstice celebration of life still thriving in the dark, cold times of winter!

    Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and any pruning shears you may have for branch trimming.  Your welcome to bring your own bow but CBEC will provide bows and wire.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-20/

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    Engaging Nature Experiences at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program
    December 18th at 10:00am
    “Beautiful, Beneficial Bees”

    Learn about the importance of bees and help make a bee hotel for our garden.

    Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/

    Guided Hike
    December 23rd, 1pm
    Evergreen Tree Id and Holiday Swag Making

    Celebrate the Winter Solstice with CBEC!  Join our naturalists along a walk around our ponds stopping to identify common evergreen trees.  Learn some interesting folklore about each tree and discover adaptations that they have to endure the long, cold winters.  We will stop to trim the tree of some branches for making swags.  Swags are decorative bundles of Evergreen tied together with a festive bow to accent your home symbolizing the winter solstice celebration of life still thriving in the dark, cold times of winter!

    Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and any pruning shears you may have for branch trimming.  Your welcome to bring your own bow but CBEC will provide bows and wire.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-20/

    Critters and Cocktails January-April 2018
    Registration is now open!

    Join us for the 2018 season, which will feature a series of talks on wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay Region uniquely paired with sponsored beverages and appetizers!
    The program will be held in CBEC’s Education Building in Grasonville, MD.  The lectures will be held on Wednesdays with refreshments & beverages starting at 6:30pm  and the actual presentation from
    7-7:45pm.  Topics include; Snowy Owls, Coyotes, Sharks, and Bats!
    Cost will be $10/session for CBEC Members; $15/session for Non-Members.  SAVE Money by prepaying for all 4 sessions!
    Online registration is  highly encouraged as we are due to sell out!  SAVE YOUR SPOT!
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/speaker-series/

    Legacy Institute For The Environment 2018
    Applications are now being accepted!

    Make a REAL difference in our Chesapeake Bay Watershed by joining LIFE!
    Why participate in LIFE?
    To join like-minded people on a mission to create a legacy of protecting the environment for future generations.

    Who can become a Legacy Steward?
    Maryland residents interested in learning more about the environment and desiring to volunteer time and talent at CBEC toward environmental education, research, restoration, and stewardship.

    How does the Institute Prepare Participants?
    Participants attend fascinating educational sessions and participate in site visits guided by expert scientists, environmental educators, and professional consultants.

    When does the LIFE 2018 Program Occur?

    LIFE 2018 Applications are now being accepted and are due by February 21st, 2018.  The LIFE 2018 Program begins on Wednesday, March 7th and meets for 9 consecutive Wednesday’s thru May 2nd, 2018.  Each session begins at 9:30am and ends by 3:30pm.

    How much does the Program Cost?

    $150 dollars and 20 hours of volunteer/stewardship activities for CBEC.
    Apply today:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/

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    December Events at The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    December Events at CBEC
    Creepy Crawlers:  Nature Program

    December 4th and 5th at 10:00am

    Oh Deer!

    Does Rudolph live in Maryland?  No, but his cousin the White Tail does.  Learn the similarities and differences!
    .Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/creepy-crawlers/

    Guided Hikes
    December 14th, 1pm
    Scat, Bones, Tracks

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. This guided hike is focusing on Scat, Bones, and Tracks left in the habitats for us to discover and learn about the life styles of those who provided the “leftovers” all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-19/

    Guided Hikes
    December 23rd, 1pm
    Evergreen Tree Id and Holiday Swag Making

    Celebrate the Winter Solstice with CBEC!  Join our naturalists along a walk around our ponds stopping to identify common evergreen trees.  Learn some interesting folklore about each tree and discover adaptations that they have to endure the long, cold winters.  We will stop to trim the tree of some branches for making swags.  Swags are decorative bundles of Evergreen tied together with a festive bow to accent your home symbolizing the winter solstice celebration of life still thriving in the dark, cold times of winter!

    Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and any pruning shears you may have for branch trimming.  Your welcome to bring your own bow but CBEC will provide bows and wire.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-20/

    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program
    December 18th at 10:00am
    “Beautiful, Beneficial Bees”

    Learn about the importance of bees and help make a bee hotel for our garden.

    Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/

    Critters and Cocktails January-April 2018
    Registration is now open!

    Join us for the 2018 season, which will feature a series of talks on wildlife of the Chesapeake Bay Region uniquely paired with sponsored beverages and appetizers!
    The program will be held in CBEC’s Education Building in Grasonville, MD.  The lectures will be held on Wednesdays with refreshments & beverages starting at 6:30pm  and the actual presentation from
    7-7:45pm.  Topics include; Snowy Owls, Coyotes, Sharks, and Bats!
    Cost will be $10/session for CBEC Members; $15/session for Non-Members.  SAVE Money by prepaying for all 4 sessions!
    Online registration is  highly encouraged as we are due to sell out!  SAVE YOUR SPOT!
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/speaker-series/

    Legacy Institute For The Environment 2018
    Applications are now being accepted!

    Make a REAL difference in our Chesapeake Bay Watershed by joining LIFE!
    Why participate in LIFE?
    To join like-minded people on a mission to create a legacy of protecting the environment for future generations.

    Who can become a Legacy Steward?
    Maryland residents interested in learning more about the environment and desiring to volunteer time and talent at CBEC toward environmental education, research, restoration, and stewardship.

    How does the Institute Prepare Participants?
    Participants attend fascinating educational sessions and participate in site visits guided by expert scientists, environmental educators, and professional consultants.

    When does the LIFE 2018 Program Occur?

    LIFE 2018 Applications are now being accepted and are due by February 21st, 2018.  The LIFE 2018 Program begins on Wednesday, March 7th and meets for 9 consecutive Wednesday’s thru May 2nd, 2018.  Each session begins at 9:30am and ends by 3:30pm.

    How much does the Program Cost?

    $150 dollars and 20 hours of volunteer/stewardship activities for CBEC.

    Apply today:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/life/

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    Guided Hike at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center: Scat, Bones, Tracks

    Guided Hike-Scat, Bones, Tracks

    November 18 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
    – Free – $5

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. This guided hike is focusing on Scat, Bones, and Tracks left in the habitats for us to discover and learn about the life styles of those who provided the “leftovers” all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:

    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-18/

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    Nature Events in November at CBEC

    November Events at CBEC

    Guided Hikes
    November 18th, 1pm
    Scat, Bones, Tracks-The “Leftovers” Found in the Woods

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. This guided hike is focusing on Scat, Bones, and Tracks left in the habitats for us to discover and learn about the life styles of those who provided the “leftovers” all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-18/

     

    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program

    November 20th at 10:00am

    Replenishing the Soil

    Find out what a cover crop is and what it can do for next year’s garden.

    .Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/

    Schools Out Camp
    November 22nd, 9am-3:30pm
    Turkey Trot

    Need something for your kids to do when schools are out? Send them to CBEC for a day full of hands-on nature exploration and fun for campers grades K-6! Older campers can come as assistants for ½ price. Camp runs from 9-3:30pm with after-care available, 3:30-5pm. Cost is $30/camper daily, $10 extra for aftercare. Sign up for all 10 dates and receive a $30 discount!  Payment is collected at camp and can be paid by check or cash.

    Pre-registration is required:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/schools-out-camp/

     

     

     

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    November Events at The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    November Events at CBEC
    Creepy Crawlers:  Nature Program

    November 6th and 7th at 10:00am

    The Colorful Woods

    Join us for a walk through the forest to enjoy the Fall foliage and find a Leaf Man!
    .Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/creepy-crawlers/
    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program

    November 20th at 10:00am

    Replenishing the Soil

    Find out what a cover crop is and what it can do for next year’s garden.

    .Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/
    Schools Out Camp
    November 11th 9am-3:30pm
    Harvest Festival

    Schools Out Camp
    November 22nd, 9am-3:30pm
    Turkey Trot

    Need something for your kids to do when schools are out? Send them to CBEC for a day full of hands-on nature exploration and fun for campers grades K-6! Older campers can come as assistants for ½ price. Camp runs from 9-3:30pm with after-care available, 3:30-5pm. Cost is $30/camper daily, $10 extra for aftercare. Sign up for all 10 dates and receive a $30 discount!  Payment is collected at camp and can be paid by check or cash.

    Pre-registration is required:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/schools-out-camp/

    Guided Hikes
    November 9th, 1pm
    Ecology of the Property Tour

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. A docent will lead participants on a journey to explore topics of Hummock Succession, Oyster Reef Ecology, Salt Marsh Plants, Lake Knapp Bird Residents, and Resident Raptors all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-17/

    Guided Hikes
    November 18th, 1pm
    Scat, Bones, Tracks-The “Leftovers” Found in the Woods

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. This guided hike is focusing on Scat, Bones, and Tracks left in the habitats for us to discover and learn about the life styles of those who provided the “leftovers” all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-18/

     

     

     

     

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    November Events at CBEC

    November Events at CBEC
    Creepy Crawlers:  Nature Program

    November 6th and 7th at 10:00am

    The Colorful Woods

    Join us for a walk through the forest to enjoy the Fall foliage and find a Leaf Man!
    .Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/creepy-crawlers/
    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program

    November 20th at 10:00am

    Replenishing the Soil

    Find out what a cover crop is and what it can do for next year’s garden.

    .Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/
    Schools Out Camp
    November 11th 9am-3:30pm
    Harvest Festival

    Schools Out Camp
    November 22nd, 9am-3:30pm
    Turkey Trot

    Need something for your kids to do when schools are out? Send them to CBEC for a day full of hands-on nature exploration and fun for campers grades K-6! Older campers can come as assistants for ½ price. Camp runs from 9-3:30pm with after-care available, 3:30-5pm. Cost is $30/camper daily, $10 extra for aftercare. Sign up for all 10 dates and receive a $30 discount!  Payment is collected at camp and can be paid by check or cash.

    Pre-registration is required:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/schools-out-camp/

    Guided Hikes
    November 9th, 1pm
    Ecology of the Property Tour

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. A docent will lead participants on a journey to explore topics of Hummock Succession, Oyster Reef Ecology, Salt Marsh Plants, Lake Knapp Bird Residents, and Resident Raptors all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-17/

    Guided Hikes
    November 18th, 1pm
    Scat, Bones, Tracks-The “Leftovers” Found in the Woods

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. This guided hike is focusing on Scat, Bones, and Tracks left in the habitats for us to discover and learn about the life styles of those who provided the “leftovers” all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-18/

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    October Guided Hikes and Kayak Trips at CBEC

    October Events at CBEC
     

     

     

    Guided Kayak Trips

    October 5th at 5:30pm
    October 15th at 1:00pm
    October 19th at 5:30pm

    An ACA certified Kayak Instructor and Naturalist will guide you through basic kayak instruction and then lead you on a paddle to explore the watershed of Marshy Creek. While kayaking, you may encounter wading birds, waterfowl, and migratory raptors hunting the marshlands. Other common sightings include otter, muskrat, terrapin turtles, mating cownose stingrays, schooling silversides, undulating jellyfish and slithery water snakes! If nothing else, the ebb and flow of the tide through gently swaying marsh grass is the sure remedy for nature-deficit disorder! Guided trips are offered three times a month from May through October during the 2017 season. These trips are for beginner to intermediate kayakers and include instruction on equipment, paddling/safety techniques, and loading and unloading the vessels. The experience will give you up to two hours of paddling time with a self-provided snack break at the halfway point.

    Pre-registration is required by required by completing the online form:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/guided-kayak-tours/

     

     

    Guided Hike: Meditation in Nature “Forest Bathing

    October 12th at 1pm

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to appreciate some of the natural features and treasures found on our property.  Along our journey, we’ll practice “Forest Bathing”, a mindfulness approach that helps us deepen our engagement with nature through attentiveness, noticing, silence and stillness.  With a Meditative Facilitator serving as guide, we’ll pause along the trail to immerse ourselves in each habitat experience.  The trail is a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula, with a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars. Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip.

    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-15/

    Guided Hike:  Name That Tree on South Meadow Trail

    October 21st at 1pm

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s South Meadow Trail for interpretation on the succession of this meadow into a young forest.  CBEC’s Certified Interpretive Guide will be paired with visiting Naturalists to identify the trees and shrubs along our journey pointing out identifying characteristics, ecological implications, unique host relationships, and human interdependent relationships.

    Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip by completing the online form:

    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-11/

     

    Questions can be sent to Courtney Leigh Volunteer and Adult Education Coordinator at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032. Space is limited

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    Guided Ecology Tours via Kayak and Hikes at The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    Still September Events at CBEC

    Guided Kayak Trips

    September 21st at 5:30pm

    September 24th at 1:00pm

    An ACA certified Kayak Instructor and Naturalist will guide you through basic kayak instruction and then lead you on a paddle to explore the watershed of Marshy Creek. While kayaking, you may encounter wading birds, waterfowl, and migratory raptors hunting the marshlands. Other common sightings include otter, muskrat, terrapin turtles, mating cownose stingrays, schooling silversides, undulating jellyfish and slithery water snakes! If nothing else, the ebb and flow of the tide through gently swaying marsh grass is the sure remedy for nature-deficit disorder! Guided trips are offered three times a month from May through October during the 2017 season. These trips are for beginner to intermediate kayakers and include instruction on equipment, paddling/safety techniques, and loading and unloading the vessels. The experience will give you up to two hours of paddling time with a self-provided snack break at the halfway point.

    Pre-registration is required by required by completing the online form:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/guided-kayak-tours/

    Questions can be sent to Courtney Leigh Volunteer and Adult Education Coordinator at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032. Space is limited.

    Guided Hike: Ecology of the Property Tour

    September 23rd at 1pm

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. A docent will lead participants on a journey to explore topics of Hummock Succession, Oyster Reef Ecology, Salt Marsh Plants, Lake Knapp Bird Residents, and Resident Raptors all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula.  There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility.  Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip.

    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-12/

    Questions can be sent to Courtney Leigh Volunteer and Adult Education Coordinator at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032. Space is limited.

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    American Canoe Association Kayak Instruction Offered At CBEC

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    American Canoe Association Kayak Instruction Being Offered at CBEC

    ACA Level 1:  Introduction To Kayaking*
    Sunday, October 8th from 10am-5pm
    This course is designed for beginner to intermediate kayakers who wish to develop skills of safe, responsible, and enjoyable kayking on the following crafts:  traditional decked kayaks, inflatables, and sit on tops.  Note:  Use of sprayskirts is not part of this course.  This is being offered as a Skills Course with optional Assessment for an additional fee.  Assessment provides the participant with the opportunity to receive ACA documentation of having achieved a certain level of paddling ability.

    Course Content:
    Pre-Paddling Preparation, Equipment Overview, Stroke Development, Maneuvers, Rescue, Rules of The Water

    Course Setting:
    Class size minimum of 5 and maximum of 15, 2 hours of dryland instruction, 3 hours of on-water instruction on calm,flat water, ACA Certified Instructors at a ratio of 5 to1.

    Course Location:
    The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, 600 Discovery Lane Grasonville, MD 21638

    Course Cost:
    Skills Course:  $45 For CBEC Members(Incudes use of kayaks and equipment)*, $50 For Non CBEC Members*
    Assessment Fee:  Additional $20*
    Kayak and Equipment Rental Fee:  $20

    Course Registration:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/aca-level-1-introduction-kayaking-instruction-course/
     What is the American Canoe Association?:

    http://aca.site-ym.com/

    For further information contact:
    Courtney Leigh, Volunteer and Adult Education Coordinator, ACA Level 1/2 Instructor, and Certified Interpretive Guide

    cleigh@bayrestoration.org or call 443-262-2032

    *This pilot program is being offered at a reduced rate this Fall of 2017

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    Guided Kayak Trip at The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    At The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center:

    A docent will guide you through basic kayak instruction and then lead you on a paddle to explore the watershed of Marshy Creek. While kayaking, you may encounter wading birds, waterfowl, and migratory raptors hunting the marshlands. Other common sightings include otter, muskrat, terrapin turtles, mating cownose stingrays, schooling silversides, undulating jellyfish and slithery water snakes! If nothing else, the ebb and flow of the tide through gently swaying marsh grass is the sure remedy for nature-deficit disorder! Guided trips are offered three times a month from May through October during the 2017 season. These trips are for beginner to intermediate kayakers and include instruction on equipment, paddling/safety techniques, and loading and unloading the vessels. The experience will give you up to two hours of paddling time with a self-provided snack break at the halfway point. Pre-registration is required by completing the form below or by contacting Courtney Leigh at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032. Space is limited:

    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/guided-kayak-tour-18/

     

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    Guided Stand Up Paddle Board Trip at CBEC

    At the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center:

    Karla Horton from Dragonfly Paddle will guide you through basic SUP instruction and then Courtney Leigh, Certified Interpretive Guide, will lead you on a paddle to explore the watershed of Marshy Creek. While kayaking, you may encounter wading birds, waterfowl, and migratory raptors hunting the marshlands. Other common sightings include otter, muskrat, terrapin turtles, mating cownose stingrays, schooling silversides, undulating jellyfish and slithery water snakes! If nothing else, the ebb and flow of the tide through gently swaying marsh grass is the sure remedy for nature-deficit disorder! This trip is for beginner to intermediate paddlers and include instruction on equipment, paddling/safety techniques, and loading and unloading the vessels. The experience will give you up to two hours of paddling time with a self-provided snack break at the halfway point.  Cost is $25 per CBEC Member and $35 per Non CBEC Member.

    Pre-registration is required by completing the online form:  REGISTER HERE

    Questions can be sent to  Courtney Leigh at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032.  Space is limited.

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    Family Guided Hike: Explore Pond Life

    The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center:

    Join us for a Family guided hike around CBEC’s ponds.  CBEC’s Certified Interpretive Guide paired with guest Naturalists will guide participants on a walk along the edge’s of CBEC’s freshwater ponds pointing out evidence of turtles, frogs, snakes, and birds.  After our leisurely and stroller friendly stroll we will stop at the bank of one of our ponds and begin to explore what lives in the water.  Participants will use dip nets, field guides, and observation equipment to study the marcroinvertebrates, fish, and amphibian life found!

    Participants are encouraged to dress for weather “in pond exploring clothes” and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars.  Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:

    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-13/

     

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    Get Into Nature at CBEC in August

    Guided Kayak Trips

    August 10 at 5:30pm

    August 20th at 1:00pm

    August 31st at 5:30pm

    An ACA certified Kayak Instructor and Naturalist will guide you through basic kayak instruction and then lead you on a paddle to explore the watershed of Marshy Creek. While kayaking, you may encounter wading birds, waterfowl, and migratory raptors hunting the marshlands. Other common sightings include otter, muskrat, terrapin turtles, mating cownose stingrays, schooling silversides, undulating jellyfish and slithery water snakes! If nothing else, the ebb and flow of the tide through gently swaying marsh grass is the sure remedy for nature-deficit disorder! Guided trips are offered three times a month from May through October during the 2017 season. These trips are for beginner to intermediate kayakers and include instruction on equipment, paddling/safety techniques, and loading and unloading the vessels. The experience will give you up to two hours of paddling time with a self-provided snack break at the halfway point.

    Pre-registration is required by required by completing the online form:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/guided-kayak-tours/

    Guided SUP Trip

    August 19th 9:30am
    Karla Horton from Dragonfly Paddle will guide you through basic SUP instruction and then Courtney Leigh, Certified Interpretive Guide, will lead you on a paddle to explore the watershed of Marshy Creek. While kayaking, you may encounter wading birds, waterfowl, and migratory raptors hunting the marshlands. Other common sightings include otter, muskrat, terrapin turtles, mating cownose stingrays, schooling silversides, undulating jellyfish and slithery water snakes! If nothing else, the ebb and flow of the tide through gently swaying marsh grass is the sure remedy for nature-deficit disorder! This trip is for beginner to intermediate paddlers and include instruction on equipment, paddling/safety techniques, and loading and unloading the vessels. The experience will give you up to two hours of paddling time with a self-provided snack break at the halfway point. Cost is $25 per CBEC Member and $35 per Non CBEC Member.

    Pre-registration is required by completing the online form: https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/guided-stand-paddle-trip-2/

    Questions can be sent to Courtney Leigh at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032. Space is limited.

    Guided Hike:  Ecology of Property Tour
    August 12th at 1pm

    Join us for a guided hike on CBEC’s Lake Trail for this unique opportunity to discover some of the natural features and treasures found on our property. A docent will lead participants on a journey to explore topics of Hummock Succession, Oyster Reef Ecology, Salt Marsh Plants, Lake Knapp Bird Residents, and Resident Raptors all while walking a 1.5 mile flat path around the center of our 510 acre peninsula. There is a half-way rest stop with restroom accessibility. Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars. Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.

    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip by completing the online form:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hikes/

    Questions can be sent to Courtney Leigh Volunteer and Adult Education Coordinator at cleigh@bayrestoration.org or 443-262-2032. Space is limited

    Family Day Guided Hike:  Explore Pond Life
    August 17th at 1pm

    Join us for a family guided hike around CBEC’s ponds. CBEC’s Certified Interpretive Guide paired with guest Naturalists will guide participants on a walk along the edge’s of CBEC’s freshwater ponds pointing out evidence of turtles, frogs, snakes, and birds. After our leisurely and stroller friendly stroll we will stop at the bank of one of our ponds and begin to explore what lives in the water. Participants will use dip nets, field guides, and observation equipment to study the marcroinvertebrates, fish, and amphibian life found!

    Participants are encouraged to dress for weather “in pond exploring clothes” and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars. Duration is approximately 2 hours. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center.
    Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:
    https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/property-tour-guided-hike-13/

    Maryland Master Naturalist Advanced Training: Introduction to Bird Language

    Tuesday, August 15 8-noon at Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

    Wednesday, August 16 8-noon at Pickering Creek Audubon Center

    Explore the world of birds beyond identification and classification. Birds and other animals share a language that allows them to safely navigate their world and stay connected to each other. Learn how to “listen” to what birds say through their vocalizations and behaviors in this structured immersive field experience. During this two-day workshop you will learn how to identify the unique patterns of behavior common across many species. Hone your observation skills in the field and awaken your understanding of what birds are saying in real time about the landscape around them. Join us to work closely with fellow naturalists to map out and interpret your observations. Enhance how you share the natural world with others by studying bird language.

    Registration: $20 for one day or $35 for both days by following the link below:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/calendar-of-events/introduction-bird-language-md-master-naturalist-advanced-training/

    For more details and or questions contact Courtney Leigh, Volunteer and Adult Education Coordinator at The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center at cleigh@bayrestoration.org

     
    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Nature Education Program
    August 7th and 8th at 10:00am
    Jellyfish

    Examine the blub, blub of the Jellyfish.

    * We will take a 15 minute stroller-friendly walk to the beach for water activity.
    Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip:  https://www.bayrestoration.org/creepy-crawlers/

     
    Creepy Crawlers:  Preschool Gardening Program
    August 21st at 10:00am
    The Fruits of Labor
     
    It’s harvest time!  What can we make with our bounty?  Let’s find out!
     

    Cost is $3 to CBEC Members, $5 for Non Members

    Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for this trip: https://www.bayrestoration.org/preschool-gardening/

     

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