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22 February, 2000

I am excited as I pack my last long underwear and wool socks to head South on Saturday. The students and I are working on our current environmental projects at school. Trips to our oyster raft to collect water quality data and oyster growth statistics occur every two weeks. This past week we spent mentoring second grade students on the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay. It will be difficult to leave such thoughtful and motivated students for a month

returning the oysters to the Chuckatuck Creek

student in Ms. Roberts science class collect data on oysters

Teaching second grade students to measure salinity

What is that pH?

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