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Marine Science Experience: What is Marine Science and Why is it Important

September 15 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Massachusetts’ North Shore is historically, culturally and economically linked with the ocean. More recently, the ecological importance of coastal waters has been recognized. Salem State University and its Cat Cove Marine Laboratory acknowledge the traditional, biological and social importance of our coastal waters. Methods to preserve, manage and utilize this treasured resource are developed and disseminated at the Laboratory. Participants in Trails & Sails will tour the Laboratory, learn about its relevance and gain insight into how some of their tax dollars are being spent. The visit is interactive, be prepared to feed fish, shellfish and to handle creepy crawlers!

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Date:
September 15
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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Venue

Salem State University
352 Lafayette St
Salem, MA 01970 United States
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Phone:
(978) 542-6000
Website:
http://www.SalemState.edu

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Ticket Website Link
http://essexheritage.org/ts/event/marine-science-experience-what-marine-science-and-why-it-important
Additional Location Info
Event will take place at Cat Cove Marine Laboratory at Salem State University: Follow signs to Willows/Winter Island. Just before the junction where Winter Island is to the right and the Willows is straight, turn through the gate immediately to your right and park in the lot. There will be signs to direct you into the parking lot. We will meet inside the building at the end of the sidewalk that starts at the lot.

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