Fox Island  Photo by Dave HartcornAerial view of CBF's Fox Island Environmental Education Center. Photo © Dave Hartcorn

Fox Island Program

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Built in 1929 as a hunting and fishing lodge, the center is surrounded by the waters of Tangier and Pocomoke Sounds in Virginia. Fox Island's location, history, and simplicity make it truly magical.

THE LODGE

The center has Clivus Multrum composting toilets that use no water or chemicals. Solar panels provide electricity for a handful of lights, a refrigerator, and the "gray water" system. Visitors should bring a flashlight. The lodge has a natural heating and cooling system. It uses a wood stove for warmth in common areas in the cooler months, and lots of windows for cool breezes in warmer weather. A 70-ft. well provides water for washing hands and dishes, but students will NOT be showering while at Fox.

Maximum capacity is 20 people (includes students and chaperones). There are seven rooms: two quads, four triples, and a double.

Boats include 9 canoes, a 24-ft. Carolina skiff, and the Jenny S, a 40-ft. jet-drive field investigation boat.

Read the Daily Times article by Calum McKinney on April 8, 2010

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