Virtual Classroom LIVE!

Ages 3+ / Free* – $150 / 30-90 Minutes *Email for Details Sultana Education Foundation’s Virtual Classroom LIVE! programs provide youth groups, learning pods and schools with a unique way to spice up distance learning opportunities for children. Using a variety of artifacts, visual aids, and even live critters, SEF staff members bring the subject matter to life using teaching techniques that are interactive and fun. Virtual Classroom LIVE! programs generally last 30 – 90 minutes, can be designed for […]

Watershed Watch

SEF regularly works with schools and school systems to develop in-depth citizen science programs that see students participate in a long-term habitat investigation producing tangible data and/or habitat improvement. Using Radcliffe Creek as a case study and following MWEE (Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience) program components, Watershed Watch helps students understand how watersheds function, how human activity impacts downstream water quality, and how communities can improve both their local tributaries and the Chesapeake Bay. Watershed Watch Field Notebook Photo Album

Lawrence Preserve

SEF’s newest facility, the Lawrence Wetlands Preserve is an 8.5-acre urban nature center featuring a variety of ecosystems located in Chestertown, directly adjacent to the Foundation’s Holt Education Center. Lawrence Preserve programs provide an opportunity for students to explore fresh-water and terrestrial ecosystems while learning how land use in the watershed ultimately impacts the health of the Chesapeake Bay. The Lawrence Preserve is also ideal for MWEE and hands-on student service-learning/action projects. Please Note: The Lawrence Preserve Classroom is currently […]

Paddling Programs

The Sultana Education Foundation’s (SEF) Paddling Programs allow school students and small youth groups to safely captain their own canoe or kayak while exploring a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay near their school. SEF Paddling Programs focus on wetlands, shoreline, and shallow water ecology while making interdisciplinary connections with the history of the Chesapeake’s Native populations and the expeditions of Captain John Smith. During a typical program, students examine maps of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, conduct tests to monitor water […]