45 Students From Heritage High School Traveled to the Indian River Lagoon to Collect Data

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trip took place at Long Point Park in Melbourne Beach, hosted by 'Sea A Difference'

The Environmental Water and Technology Academy from Heritage High School, took 45 students to the Indian River Lagoon for data collection and observations. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE BEACH, FLORIDA– The Environmental Water and Technology Academy from Heritage High School, took 45 students to the Indian River Lagoon for data collection and observations.

The trip took place at Long Point Park in Melbourne Beach and was hosted by the organization “Sea A Difference,” in conjunction with the Brevard Zoo Educational programs.

Sea A Difference promotes “A Day in the Life” as an experiential science research program designed to help students in grades 2-12 develop an appreciation for and knowledge of the ecosystems being studied, to collect useful scientific data in regard to the ecosystem’s environmental health, and to allow students to become stewards of the ecosystem’s water quality and natural resources.

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