“Trawl to Trash: Building community capacity for the long-term prevention of marine debris” is a project designed to provide meaningful, measurable, and sustainable ecological benefits to coastal and marine ecosystems by preventing marine debris from entering the marine environment through educational stewardship and outreach activities.

So come aboard our research vessel, the Sea Dawg, from 8:30 - 11:30 AM, for a morning trawl to explore and investigate estuarine organisms that live on or near the bottom of our local tidal rivers! Identify and sort the catch, discover how marine debris impacts our waters, and construct your own Trawl 2 Trash stow bag. Program is for ages 10 and up. Participants under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

As this program is being supported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant, we are charging just a fraction of the total cost to participants to allow for expanding and diversifying our audience.  All payments are non-refundable unless the trip is canceled by the captain.

Unfortunately, This course is currently unavailable, if you have any questions, please return to the Directory listing on our website.
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