Clean Ocean Action

Clean Ocean Advocate, September 2004

Julie Hajdusek, 732-872-0111,

Tony Totah, 609-729-9262,

Students Can be Scientists for a Day

COA’s 16th Annual Fall Student Summit will be held on October 7 & 8 at Island Beach State Park from 9:00AM-1:30PM.  Middle school (grades 5-8) students from Ocean, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, Cape May and Atlantic Counties are invited to this free program for a day of science at the beach.  Applications may be obtained from our website (under "Education Programs," click "Student Summit") or by calling our Sandy Hook office.  Applications are due to COA by September 10.

Attention Teachers & Educators!

It is time to book your fall school programs.  COA offers a wide variety of environmental educational programs for schools and groups.  Learn about ocean pollution and what citizens can do to prevent it by scheduling our Beach Sweeps and Non-point Source Pollution programs.  Take advantage of our new Coastal Enviroscape or have your students discover one of New Jersey’s marine habitats with our habitat exploration programs.  Other programs include: Critter Encounter, Shells by the Shore, World of Whales, and Solar Energy.  For more information about our programs contact Julie or Tony.


49 Avenel Blvd.
Long Branch, NJ 07740

Field Office:

Gateway National Recreation Area
Sandy Hook, New Jersey

Voice: (732) 872-0111
FAX: (732) 872-8041

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