The SeaTrek Program integrates a collection of marine education programs for schools, youth groups and the general public presented by UNH Marine Docents. A true "something for everyone", these programs include presentations that can take place in a school or group meeting place, at one of the UNH marine laboratories, or out in a local estuary or intertidal environment, to name a few.
Programs where 'we come to you' include hour-long presentations on topics ranging from climate change to coastal wildflowers, and sea chantey performances. 'Discovery Cruises' on Great Bay and to the Isle of Shoals provide a unique way to learn about our local environments and scientific approaches to problem solving. Tours of the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory and other UNH Marine Program facilities provide an additional way to learn more about our efforts to understand and protect our coastal resources.
To see a full listing of offerings, visit the SeaTrek Web Site listed above and click on "SeaTrek Educational Programs" at the top of the page. This link will bring you to a full listing of opportunities available to you from the Marine Docents.