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Petrochemical Industry Workers Wanted to Explore by Kayak!!!
Artist Boat is offering Watershed Education Training (WET). This program includes fun, hands-on activities to promote team building across the company and engage employees that may not typically work together on a day-to-day basis in dialogue about the natural resources of the estuary via kayak.
View our Petrochemical Industry Watershed Education Training Brochure online now!
The second grant offers Stewardship
Training in the Coastal Zone for Petrochemical Industry workers. This program includes a training workshop, a training experience at the NRG Energy EcoCenter nursery, and a marsh restoration adventure.
View our Petrochemical Industry Habitat and Stewardship Training Brochure online now!
Teachers, Students and Individuals Wanted to Explore by Kayak!!!
Introducing the new Coastal Heritage Preserve on Galveston Island
Artist Boat is establishing a Coastal Heritage Preserve on Galveston Island and is looking for people who want to explore by kayak! Our grant to acquire the land at the new Coastal Heritage Preserve provides financial resources to launch three years of educational programming from this special place. Public trips are available for $10 per person. For a schedule of public trips and to register for a public trip, visit our Coastal Heritage Preserve page.
School groups are also welcome. Any teacher that schedules an Eco-Art Workshop for $150 will be able to have an Eco-Art Kayak Adventure to the Coastal Heritage Preserve for $150. Space is limited to only one kayak adventure per day at the Coastal Heritage Preserve. Please plan on booking this well in advance to ensure you get the dates you want for the two-hour Eco-Art Workshop in your classroom and the four-hour Eco-Art Kayak Adventure. School groups can book by contacting Sara Black at email@example.com or (409)770-0722.
To learn more, visit our Coastal Heritage Preserve page.