The Doctor Ernst Marine Conservation Center, in the heart of an 88-acre wetland preserve, is adjacent to the site of a famous archaeological dig that unearthed evidence of 5000-year-old encampment of an Algonquin tribe. This hands-on program enables your students to identify all the natural resources that were available to the Native American family, as well as the ways of survival in the salt marsh environment including how to create shelter, make tools and clothing.
Minimum Program Fee: $150
Per Student Fee: 8
Teacher Fee: FREE
Chaperone Fee: 5
Location: The Ernst Marine Conservation Center
Address: West Meadow Creek, Setauket