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We continue to monitor the latest information and guidance available from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of New Hampshire, University of New Hampshire, and local communities regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to offer SeaTreks for the remainder of the current school year (2020-2021). The health and well-being of our staff, volunteers, and members of our NH communities is extremely important to us. If you complete the SeaTrek Reservation Form, we will be in touch. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this uncertain time.

SeaTrek Programs

UNH Marine Docents come to your classroom and offer 45-60 minute SeaTrek programs that include visual and hands-on activities for grade levels Pre K-12. Teachers use SeaTreks to introduce, enhance, and reinforce subjects using marine science. SeaTrek program topics include marine animals (like whales, lobsters, octopuses) and marine habitats (like the rocky shore and estuaries).


UNH Marine Docents can provide a variety of our SeaTrek programs in one day! We’ll meet with your staff to design the day so that we can include your specific curriculum goals in our programs, typically 4-5 SeaTrek topics, each presented multiple times throughout the day. Each ‘Day of the Coast’ is a unique event tailored to your school.

SeaSpeak Programs

SeaSpeaks are lecture-type programs with topics that appeal to our adult and community audiences. Using an engaging story-telling format, our UNH Marine Docents share their expertise, experience, and knowledge with many groups and organizations around the New Hampshire Seacoast.

student learning about rainfall and watersheds
young girls holding a horseshoe crab
students looking at whale miniatures
Lecture to an adult audience
speaker in front of adult audience giving a lecture.