Field Studies

Field studies coupled with classroom activities are an integral part of Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences. Find a field study program that gets your students' feet wet and hands dirty.

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John Smith Trail Expeditions

Sultana Projects’ John Smith Trail Expeditions program is a great way to get your students out onto the waters of the Chesapeake Bay. The program uses a traveling fleet of canoes that is brought to a waterway near your school, where your students then embark on a 3 to 5 hour field exploration. Activities include paddling, water quality sampling, shoreline and marsh exploration, and visiting sites of importance to local Native American communities.

Organization(s): Sultana Projects
Location: 107 South Cross Street Chestertown, MD 21620 (Map It)
Theme(s): Habitats and Critters, History and Culture
Level(s): Middle School, High School
Program Length(s): Day Trips Multi-Day Trips
Keywords: boats, canoes and kayaks, pollution, wetland, watershed, ecosystem and biomes, habitat and niche, John Smith and colonial times, Native American, smart growth, water quality, water testing, wildlife
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