“This is the best day of the year for the community to learn about the science of the Bay. Everyone at the lab is on deck to explain their research with activities and displays that make it easy to understand,” said Horn Point Laboratory Director Mike Roman.
- Fly a drone over a digital map of the Chesapeake Bay.
- Play in a digital sand box to create shorelines and model weather’s impact around the Bay with laser imaging.
- See an animation of the travels of oyster larvae as they move from the reef where they spawned to their new, permanent home reef.
- Match up a DNA sequence to microscopic creatures important to the food chain.
- Observe and learn about sturgeon whose ancestors date to the Jurassic period
- Build a healthy marsh and learn who are our best partners in this effort.
- Meet and talk to graduate students about their environmental career goals.
- At the children’s activity booth, create eco-friendly animals that live in our waters. Play games that teach fun facts about the Bay. Go on a scavenger hunt through the exhibits to learn how the Bay’s lasting health starts with each of us making a cleaner environment today.
Questions? Contact Carin Starr 410-221-8408 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Horns Point Road, Cambridge 21613
This program is being held in conjuction with the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibit, which will be on display from Oct. 19-Nov. 30 in Cambridge, MD.