We examine the regions where people live, play, and work. The coastal habitats provide us with jobs, homes, and recreation, it is important to protect, restore and celebrate these sensitive regions.
One of our goals is to do this through innovative research for sustainability, restoration effectiveness, resiliency, and climate change.
We then communicate these results through peer-reviewed publications, technical reports and reports to government in order to create a movement of change.
We have experts with a MSDE teaching license in Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management and Special Education.
Going above and beyond other EE teachers, we specialize in children with special challenges.
As shown in our inspiring video, Dr. Muller is a blind professional oceanographer and nothing will stop him from doing field research, teaching or data analysis.
We provide custom made field trips to for your schools!
Diana and Andrew and developed an STEAM environmental science, oceanography, and restoration curriculum for teachers to use "outside" their classrooms. This is all designed as per MWEE, Maryland Environmental Literacy, and 2nd Generation Science Standards.
We believe in the use of hands-on instrumentation and field analysis.
Teachers will develop skills that are needed for students to obtain job-skills or college readiness in through our programs.
We provide talks about Chesapeake Bay, tributaries, and Coastal Waters, and Coastal Habitats, Sustainability and Resiliency to a variety of groups.
If you would like us to come speak to your group, please give us a call!
We also provide professional customized Citizen Science training as per EPA protocols to Watershed Groups, NGOs, and Faith-Based groups, schools, and others.