Visiting Tylerton Island and learning about the Chesapeake Bay

The past few days I went on one memorable adventure. Since I was chosen as a teacher of the year, we were given a trip to Smith Island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay! I walked away with a great group of new friends and a fire in my soul to make the world a better place.

Such a beautiful little town with amazing people!
A baby blue crab that we found combing grasses in the Bay!
We have a lesson with a local and she taught us how to make a Smith Island cake!
Sunrise canoeing in the bay!
We caught crabs!
I found a beekeeper on the island!
I got to pull in the rake that we used on the seas grass!
Kiss the fish before you set the trap!
My napkin for the couple days!
We found a pomegranate tree!
The compost bin in the kitchen
The compost bin outdoors!
I loved this sink setup!

The facility that is run by The Chesapeake Bay Foundation was beautifully green. There was a compost bin, recycling and the kitchen that was so efficiently green. I can’t say thank you enough to the people who made this happen. I am one happy greenie and I can’t wait to share with my students! Students learn even better when they can tell that you are passionate about certain topics, and they will definitely see my love come out when I talk about the bay from now on!

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