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Phone: 757-824-5636
34001 Mill Dam Road
Wallops Island
Virginia 23337
USA
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Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: assist with aquarium maintenance, prepare educational program materials, or help with scientific database entries.

Geographic areas served: Mid-Atlantic

Programs: Chincoteague Bay Field Station (formerly The Marine Science Consortium) offers a wide range of programs and classes for college students, children, and adults.

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Chincoteague Bay Field Station (formerly The Marine Science Consortium) provides outstanding multi-disciplinary, educational and research opportunities that celebrate the rich natural, cultural, economic, and technological resources of the mid-Atlantic Coastal region through field-based and hands-on learning, often in affiliation with multiple public and private partners.
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Chincoteague Bay Field Station (formerly The Marine Science Consortium) has been connecting students of all ages with the wonders of the mid-Atlantic Coast for 45 years.

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10/04/13
My teenager is looking to make marine sciences his college major. This summer was his second trip to CFS as a week long camper. He had the time of his life! The staff is excellent and very engaging. This facility is the perfect fit for those interested in marine science, ecology and similar topics... more »
10/04/13
I attended Marine Science Consortium for a week with my grandchild in 2012 and again in 2013. We all had a marvelous time learning about the miracles of our marshes, shorelines, bays and creeks. We seined, we netted, we collected, we studied, we experimented, we swam, we enjoyed Chincoteague ... more »
10/04/13
This place is amazing! The staff is always friendly and willing to help. Many programs led by the staff and others who visit make a huge difference in the scientific community as well as with the local wildlife! Absolutely wonderful place to get hand on experience... more »
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