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EDUCATION WORKSHOPS

Coastal Stewardship: I Pledge to Help Take Care of the Ocean
Jessica Schexnayder

A coastal stewardship activity in which students learn why marine debris does not belong in the coastal environment. Teaches where debris comes from, why it is dangerous and how it can be eliminated.

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Invasive Species Round-Up
Catherine Sutera

Learn about invasive species, especially those impacting Louisiana. Then play a game that demonstrates the difficulty of removing them from nature. A lesson plan for the activity is also provided.

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Hurricane Math
Dianne Lindstedt

Start your hurricane unit with this geography impact mapping activity. This activity can lead into math, economics, science and social issues related to hurricanes.

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