Why is the Long Island Sound important for human and animals health?
In this STEM and conservation program, students explore the variety of animal and plant habitats that call Long Island Sound their home. Comparing and contrasting variables including water quality, turbidity and species across the Long Island Sound, participants discover the sheer range of the Long Island’s Sound biodiversity. Students learn that every animal and plant needs a home, and how humans can help make that possible.
Booking now for Spring 2021 45-60 minute program. Interested Long Island and Connecticut Schools should contact 631-751-2244 for more information.
Please contact the Education Department for more information about this program.
Location: The Ernst Marine Conservation Center from the comfort of your own home or classroom!
Address: Trustee’s Road, Stony Brook NY 11790