The Washington College Center for Environment & Society hosted a public horseshoe crab ecology event at Eastern Neck Island with a presentation by Martha Shaum of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Chestertown locals explored native wildlife and met a diamondback terrapin and a box turtle.
Last modified on Nov. 5th, 2012 at 4:26pm by Emily Blackner.
Students have the power to make a change on campus and in the town, and SEA has inspired and led many of the initiatives that make Washington College a more sustainable campus.SEA welcomes all majors and disciplines to join at weekly meetings and events. SEA primarily focuses on: Promoting awareness of local, national, and international environmental issues and concerns.