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Despite the unpleasant and very noticeable effects of the red tide on today’s cruise, everyone still managed to have a really fun time.
While learning about our beaches and the different ways that human interaction affects them, campers got their hands dirty creating model beaches, first in their image of what a beach looks like and then making a natural beach, which is a beach that has not had sand added to it or moved by humans.
This three-week summer program, designed for young women from Pinellas County in their sandwich summer between middle school and high school, has earned billing by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a model for immersive, experiential STEM learning for women and girls.
The camp looked a bit different this year. Instead of the traditional three-week in-person format, the camp will be a hybrid virtual and in-person format taking place over the next nine months.
Celebrating our campers’ achievements and friendship on OCG celebration day!
June 28, 2019Girls Camp
Being fit allows greater focus and endurance in the classroom.
June 25, 2019Girls Camp
Week two of OCG, which is filled with various lab days, has come to an end!
June 24, 2019Girls Camp
On Day 2 campers stepped up their game and became Fish Biologist themselves.
June 22, 2019Girls Camp
Tiffaney’s skeleton belongs to the FWC Marine Mammal Pathobiology Lab.
June 21, 2019Girls Camp
In order to understand how barrier islands move, the campers needed to learn about the longshore current.
June 20, 2019Girls Camp