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Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies cooks up Slough Stew
Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies cooks up Slough Stew

NOTE: In order to register your class for a program please contact the appropriate organization by email or phone for a reservation and/or confirmation. (Contact information is listed next to each program on the following pages)

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Discovery Lab Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
(Jessica Shepherd)
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Note: OUR DISCOVERY LAB PROGRAM SCHEDULE FOR THE 2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR IS CURRENTLY FULL - WE HAVE NO SPACES REMAINING. Discovery Lab programs are booked for the upcoming year each August on a designated BookingBlitz Day. The 2016-17 BookingBlitz is tentatively scheduled for Friday, August 19, 2016 from 8am - ... No Earth Science
Plant Science
Wildlife Science
Watershed Science
Ocean Science
Outdoors
Indoors
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Discovery Lab Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game - Sport Fish Division
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Public and student Discovery Labs are offered periodically during throughout the year. OUR STUDENT DISCOVERY LAB PROGRAM SCHEDULE FOR THE 2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR IS CURRENTLY FULL - WE HAVE NO SPACES REMAINING. Student Discovery Lab programs are booked for the upcoming year each August on a designated BookingBlitz Day. The ... No Salmon Science
Fishing
Watershed Science
Outdoors
Indoors
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Salmon Habitat & Ecology in the classroom Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game - Sport Fish Division
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ADF&G Sport Fish Division's Aquatic Education staff offers EE programs focused on salmon ecology, watershed science and fishing in school classrooms or on school grounds or in adjacent wetland habitats. Program content and timing can be arranged by contacting Aquatic Education Specialist Carmen Field at 226-4659. No Fishing
Salmon Science
Watershed Science
Indoors
Outdoors
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Marine Debris The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
  • K
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In this 90-minute program, students experience the challenges marine wildlife faces with entanglement, ingestion, inhalation caused by ocean trash. Analyze trash that the group gathers to understand where marine debris comes from and brainstorm ways to keep it from ending up in the ocean. No Indoors
Outdoors
Wildlife Science
Conservation
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Otterly Wonderful Otters The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
  • K
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A 45-60 minute program in which students view entertaining and instructive footage of sea otters above and below the water, learn about sea otter anatomy and adaptations, and build a sea otter puppet to take home. No Wildlife Science
Indoors
Ocean Science
Art
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Do Birds Wear Underwear? The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
  • K
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A 45-60 minute lab program that teaches bird feather structure, properties and uses. Students will test real feathers for a variety of functions and learn about oil spill effects on water birds. No Wildlife Science
Conservation
Indoors
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Seabirds & Climate Change The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
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  • Adult
A two-hour program in which students practice field science skills that Refuge biologists use. They will develop wildlife population counting techniques, gather and measure egg and chick data, and analyze real data results. No Ocean Science
Conservation
Wildlife Science
Indoors
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How Do I Get Your Job? The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
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A 30-60 minute class on the National Wildlife Refuge system, history, career paths, and student assistance. No Conservation
Indoors
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Alaska's Endangered Species The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
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A 60-minute program to explain the process of how a species become listed under the Endangered Species Act and what that listing means. Also includes a hands-on investigation of endangered Alaska species pelts, skulls, and mounts. No Conservation
Indoors
Wildlife Science
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Footprints on an Ancient Land The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
(Kendra Bush-St.Louis)
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Students will explore the impact of the Aleut people, fur trappers, World War II, the Cold War, and Refuge biologists on Aleutian Island ecology during this 1-hour program. They will be part of a mock court case, where the plantiff is “Mother Nature” and the defenders are the many people ... No Conservation
Indoors
Human History
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