Aquarium Teen Programs Host Poster Presentation to Share Research Findings

Apr 06, 2016

Education Programs

It takes a village to spread the word about conservation! Our Watsonville Area Teen Conserving Habitats (WATCH) students have been working hard on posters to display the findings of their research projects from the fall. Join us on Wednesday, April 13 and learn about the research done by this year’s WATCH students at Elkhorn Slough Natural Estuarine Reserve and Younger Lagoon Natural Reserve.

WATCH students, science mentors, project advisors, teachers, collaborating organizations and aquarium staff will be available for interviews during the event.


Monterey Bay Aquarium, 886 Cannery Row, Monterey

Wednesday, April 13, 2016, between 3 – 4:45 P.M.


Watch the aquarium’s Executive Director, Julie Packard, share her thoughts on why the WATCH program is a winner.

Learn more about the WATCH program in our online Newsroom.

Read about our prestigious “Bright Lights Community Engagement Award” from the Noyce Foundation.


Editors: Please contact us to schedule a visit or request an interview, and visit our online Newsroom to register for access to download high-res photos, press releases, and other assets.

Download this release as a PDF

The mission of the nonprofit Monterey Bay Aquarium is to inspire conservation of the ocean.