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.
Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge will host an Open House on Saturday, December 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to commemorate its 50th anniversary. The community is invited to explore Eastern Neck Island and areas of the Refuge that are normally closed to the public.
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.
Hail Cove at Eastern Neck Island
June 25, 2010
A living shoreline at Eastern Neck Island Wildlife Refuge includes the introduction of oysters and marine grasses.
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