See photos from Day 2 of our trip here. Friday we all woke early to have the first meal with our eating units. Everyone is assigned to a group that meets for meals, bookwork check-in and excursions. The groups have … Continue reading →
Thursday, March 30, the GHS Marine Biology group converged on the little town of Layton, Fl located on Long Key. The ride was long for many in the group, roughly 28 hours. Some opted to drive themselves and others flew. … Continue reading →
Earlier this week we visited the turtle hospital to learn about how sea turtles are rescued, medically aided, and rehabilitated for return to the ocean. Very inspirational and encouraging! Marine biology students have also been working on a couple of … Continue reading →
Marine biology students along with the adult chaperones and kids enjoyed a day of snorkeling at John Pennekamp State Park. This was followed by a meal out at the Island Grill. Lots of fun was had by all!
The following photographs demonstrate the development of mangrove trees, another habitat being studied by our marine biology students.
Marine projects have started and students are exploring new marine habitats!
Returning marine biology students along with many science instructors and adult chaperones received the opportunity to learn about the Coral Reef Restoration Project taking place in Key Largo. A former Goshen High School graduate, Alex Neufeld, lead our group in learning … Continue reading →