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Bay Icons Program

This 4th grade program occurs as 3 half days. Students are exposed to pre-programming by staff and volunteers in the classroom before their 3-day fieldtrip. While visiting AMM and Sarles Boat Yard, students are exposed to the important icons of the Chesapeake Bay watershed through topics of marine culture, history and ecology.

Organization(s): Annapolis Maritime Museum
Location: 723 2nd St Annapolis, MD 21403 (Map It)
Theme(s): History and Culture, Pollution and Pressures
Level(s): Elementary School
Program Length(s): Multi-Day Trips
Keywords: boats, canoes and kayaks, pollution, watershed, culture and watermen, John Smith and colonial times, water quality, economics
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