CAMDEN — On Friday, June 2, from 1 - 5 p.m., the Stewardship Education Alliance and its sponsors Camden Public Library, First National Bank, First National Wealth Management, and Lyman Morse Boatbuilding Inc., will host the third annual S.E.A. FAIR in the Camden Amphitheatre. Throughout the afternoon, representatives of twenty environmental organizations will offer engaging exhibits and activities for all ages, including games and activities for elementary and middle school students.
Participating organizations include Camden Street Tree Volunteers; Center for Wildlife Studies; Coastal Mountains Land Trust; Herring Gut Coastal Science Center; Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership; Knox-Lincoln County Soil/Water Conservation District; Maine Audubon; Maine Farmland Trust; Maine Department of Agriculture Conservation & Forestry; Maine Rural Water Association; Megunticook River Citizens Advisory Council; Megunticook Watershed Association; Merryspring Nature Center; Natural Resources Council of Maine; Rockport and Camden Conservation Commissions; Stewardship Education Alliance; Tanglewood Camp/4H; Watershed School Climate Action Leadership Lab and Wild Ones Midcoast Maine.
Additional activities will be hosted by students and teachers from Camden Five Hills High School; Hope Elementary School; Roots & Shoots Nature-based After School Program; Seaside Village Pre-School and S.E.A. Mobile Marine Tank.
In the event of inclement weather, S.E.A. Fair will take place in the gymnasium of the Camden-Rockport Middle School at 34 Knowlton Street in Camden.
For more information, visit StewardshipEducationAlliance.org.
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