IAN attended Horn Point Laboratory's Open House

UMCES's Horn Point Laboratory hosted its annual open house, in which hundreds of visitors were given the opportunity to tour parts of the lab, such as the oyster hatchery and the research vessel Rachel Carson, and interact with HPL staff and students. IAN had a booth at the Open House, where we showed visitors some of our report card and graphic design products, and challenged them to test their knowledge of Chesapeake Bay ecology in our quiz game. Topics covered by the game included runoff, TMDL, SAV recovery, and bacterial contamination. IAN staff members Nathan Miller, Annie Carew, Max Hermanson, Heath Kelsey, and Bill Dennison took turns manning the booth and interacting with HPL visitors of all ages. You can read more about our Open House experience in a blog post written by Nathan Miller.