Join the Chesapeake Bay Parasite Project Aug. 19-21 and Aug. 26-28! Meet SERC marine biologists and help track an invasive, crab-castrating parasite. Click for details.
Carbon dioxide, infrared lamps and more than 1500 ft. of underground wire: Inside the Global Change Research Wetland's newest global warming experiment.
SERC horticulturist Tony Dove is committed to cultivating native species, but he does more than plant them. He's also helping create a safety net in case of catastrophe.
Tuesday, Sept. 20: "Lessons from a 30-Year Effort to Restore the Chesapeake" by Mark Bryer. (Photo: Tom McCann/The Nature Conservancy)
In 1994, Flat Island was the size of a football field.Today it has shrunk by almost half. Help us save it by enjoying it from the water, not the shore! (Photo: Richard Bailey)
Monday through Saturday, 9am-4:30pm. Closed Sundays and federal holidays.
Photo: Rosana M. Rocha
Photo: Emmett Duffy
Speaker: Mark Bryer, The Nature Conservancy
For half a century, SERC scientists have taken on environmental issues on Chesapeake Bay and around the world and uncovered new ways to protect the planet. Learn more about SERC’s history and discoveries.