Dive into learning during STEM programs at Night at the Museum, an after-hours series for families.
Date: Friday, December 6, 2019
Fun, learning, and marine science collide at SSC after-hours! Night at the Museum is a program series that features a range of environmental topics, and engages community partners and friends to collectively learn about important local and global ocean conservation issues and how we can help make a difference.
Fishermen’s Tales: Sustainable Fisheries and Our Community
Seafood is one of our most prized resources in the Gulf of Maine and plays a key part in our economy and cultural identity. Come find out what is changing above and below the water’s surface that is impacting local fish populations. Get your hands on fishing gear, meet fishermen from your community, and hear why knowing where, when, how and by whom your seafood was harvested matters!
- Meet local fishermen that are using sustainable practices
- Get hands-on with fisherman gear
- Learn about the importance of buying and eating sustainable fish with Best Aquaculture Practices
- Join our friends from One Fish Foundation to explore local sustainable fisheries
SSC Members: $2.50 per person or $10 per family (up to 6)
Non-Members: $5 per person or $20 per family (up to 6)
Special thanks go to Green Maids, NH State Parks, and Unitil, our generous Night at the Museum event sponsors.
THIS COPY IS HIDDENCoastal Birding
May 29, 2018
THIS COPY IS HIDDENOdiorne Point State Park is a fantastic destination for bird enthusiasts, both expert and novice. With dense vegetation in the woodlands and wetlands and sweeping vistas of the salt marsh and Gulf of Maine, it’s no wonder Odiorne is a birding hot-spot. Once you bird here, you’ll want to come back again and again!
THIS COPY IS HIDDENBring your binoculars and/or scope and come dressed for the muddy spring terrain. A limited number of binoculars will be available to share. Presented in partnership with the Seacoast Chapter of New Hampshire Audubon.
THIS COPY IS HIDDENCSI: Coastal Science Investigators
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN: Have you ever wanted to be a scientist, conduct experiments, and record data used for research? There are many local citizen science projects happening in our community where you can get involved and do just that. Come meet the local scientists leading these projects and help them collect data. From preschoolers to adults, everyone can be coastal science investigator and conduct research to help conserve our Blue Planet.
THIS COPY IS HIDDEN: Measure green crabs and record your data
Learn about the SML Tern Conservation Program on White Island
Perform a mock rescue of a stranded seal and learn how the data is used
Check out an ocean drifter and learn how they are being used in the ocean near and far
Meet our partners from Shoals Marine Lab, Educational Passages, and Cooperative Extension