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Apr
21

Webinar: Using Chesapeake Bay Satellite Data

| 1 p.m. EDT

Educators, learn how to use Chesapeake Bay satellite date to understand our environment.

Nov
07

West Coast NOAA Day 2020

| 9 a.m.

The annual West Coast NOAA Day is virtual this year! Join us to learn about what NOAA does to support healthy ecosystems, sustainable fisheries, and outreach and education throughout our coast!

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Jun
19

Woods Hole Juneteenth Celebration

| 3:00

The 2018 Woods Hole Juneteenth celebration, sponsored by the Woods Hole Black History Month Committee and the Woods Hole Diversity Initiative, continues the theme of education and achievement with a presentation by Richard L. Taylor on Race, Prop

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Jul
30

Woods Hole Science Aquarium Collecting Walk

| 11:00 a.m.

Learn all about local salt marshes and their ecology during collecting walks with the Northeast Fisheries Science Center's Woods Hole Science Aquarium staff.

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Aug
27

Woods Hole Science Aquarium Collecting Walk

Learn all about local salt marshes and their ecology during collecting walks with the Northeast Fisheries Science Center's Woods Hole Science Aquarium staff.

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Aug
11

Woods Hole Science Stroll

| 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

More than a dozen organizations in Woods Hole MA will offer exhibits, demonstrations, hands-on displays and children's activities during the 2018 Woods Hole Science Stroll. The free public event offers something for the entire family.

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Mar
03

Workshop: Education for Resilience in Maryland

| 9:30 a.m.

Educators: Join regional science and policy leaders and fellow educators in a collaborative two-day learning opportunity with the NOAA Environmental Science Training Center designed to explore some of the science, policy, and social/environmental justice aspects of resilience and consider how resilience is and can be integrated into education programming.

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Feb
11

Workshop: Education for Resilience in Pennsylvania

| 9:30 a.m.

Educators—join the NOAA Environmental Training Center, Stroud Water Research Center, DCNR-Pennsylvania State Parks, regional science and policy leaders, and fellow educators in a collaborative two-day learning opportunity designed to explore some of the science, policy, and social/environmental justice aspects of resilience and consider how resilience is and can be integrated into education programming.

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