Our Education Station

is available to teach your group about sea turtles and share some of the unique Junk! that washes up on the Beach. 

 In 2018, Amy spent the day with the children at the Hilliard Summer Camp Program. They were eager to learn about sea turtles and Amy gave out stickers, pencils and educational material.

   The first annual Fernandina Beach Pride Festival was held in at Central Park in 2018. Amy and Carol educated vistors about sea turles and the different kind of junk washing up. Attendees were very supportive of our mission and we plan to join next years event.

 The 2019 Wild Amelia Festival event was held at the recreation center in Fernandina Beach. We shared examples of Beach Junk! that washes up, the treasures and the trash. We also gave sea turtle paper straws and pencils to attendees.

 

Amy educating children at an Earth Day event to promote the Friends of Fort Clinch Adopt a Sea Turtle Nest Program. Amy is seen here with the girl scout troop, sharing some of the sea shells that washed up that morning.