Recognizing Sandy Hook as a STEM Education Resource
Sandy Hook offers a rich collection of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education opportunities for visitors of all ages. This video describes recent work in which SHF has played a leadership role in bringing geoscience and environmental science concepts to students and teachers at Red Bank Middle School (RBBS).
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More than a recreational paradise, Sandy Hook is also among the busiest, most important bird sanctuaries in North America and one of New Jersey’s best year-round birding areas.
If you visit Sandy Hook in the spring or summer, you must see the Ospreys, one of nature’s most magnificent and inspiring creatures.
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This video was made in partnership with Jeffrey Gould, the Sandy Hook Foundation, the National Park Service at Sandy Hook, and The Stone Foundation.
Piping Plover from Action Media Productions on Vimeo.