The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s James River Environmental Education Program offers students a floating classroom to explore a variety of locations that have historical ties to the health of the river: plantations, heavy industry, and wildlife preserves. Aboard a 42-foot Bay workboat, Baywatcher, participants explore the James River and its tributaries, sample aquatic life, perform water-quality tests and learn about the effects of human activities on the estuary. The program staff consists of a Captain/Educator and the Program Manager. The boat operates primarily out of Jordan Point Marina in Hopewell, VA but occasionally travels to other ports such as Newport News, VA.
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