Marine Science: Students visit coastal, lagoon and rocky intertidal habitats while exploring human impacts on the ocean and estuarine resources.
Terrestrial Plants & Animals: Students gain an understanding of the components and intricate interconnections of terrestrial ecosystems while exploring issues such as resource management, habitat loss, and conservation.
Watershed Studies: Students learn about the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems, the role of water in terrestrial systems, how their actions affect the world's oceans regardless of their distance from it and how the ocean affects all of us, in turn.
Earth & Physical Science: Students engage their scientific inquiry skills to discover why this region, as well as their home community, has developed over geologic time to have its unique character.
Climate Change (5th grade and up): Students begin to define and understand climate change by learning about the carbon cycle, the greenhouse effect and phenology.