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Students enjoying some canoe time. Photo by CBF Staff
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From Northern Virginia to Richmond to Virginia Beach, CBF's mobile canoe rig travels to a river or stream near you. Trip participants probe the Bay's biologically diverse flat water to learn about the effects of creekside land uses and study the area's plants and wildlife. CBF staff travel to many Virginia rivers to canoe some of the most scenic waterways in the watershed.
Program Capacity: Max. 23 (includes chaperones), grades 6 and up.
Bring the watershed to life as you engage your students with curriculum-based investigations before and after a field experience with CBF! All links below are for websites or Adobe pdf documents available to download.
Elementary School - Watershed Address
Middle School - When Rain Hits the Land
High School - National Geographic's FieldScope
Elementary School - What's In Your Lunch?
Middle School - Thinnk! What's Under Your Sink
High School - Student Wave action projects
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