This two-day celebration of Planet Earth has engaged children in grades 3 – 6 since 1993 at St. George Village Botanical Garden. Students visit educational exhibits provided by government, non-profit and private enterprise with wide-ranging environmental messages. Topics range from alternative energy production, to non-point source pollution, global warming, endemic birds and sustainable farming.
From April through October SEA offers free snorkel clinics to the St. Croix community on the third Saturday of each month. The goal of these clinics is to increase appreciation for our marine habitat through recreation. SEA provides snorkel gear and instruction.
View our Events & Activities Calendar for upcoming snorkel clinics.
This program offers experiential nature activities, both camp based and field based, to existing summer programs. Trips to forest, wetland, mangrove, and seashore habitats are linked to lessons about water quality, wildlife, soil conservation, biodiversity, endangered species, and more. While the kids are having fun exploring the natural world they are also learning to treasure the resources that make St. Croix a special place.
SEA offers a variety of activities for the general public. Hikes, bird watching, kayak excursions, snorkel clinics, nature photography clinics and more. We strive to engage knowledgeable guides to lead the activities and encourage participants to share their knowledge as well.
These activities are free for SEA members and children, others pay a small fee.
View our Events & Activities Calendar for upcoming events.