Jim is a life-long environmental educator with over 25 years of teaching experience. As director of the Sedge Island Natural Resource Education Center, he believes strongly that the best way to teach about the environment is to interact with it. Jim visits schools throughout the year and is available for class experience anywhere between 15 minutes and 2 hours.
Jim uses an "Enviroscape" model to demonstrate how waterbodies are polluted by runoff from the land that surrounds them. He also has a PowerPoint presentation.
Jen, Associate Executive Director of Save Barnegat Bay also doubles as a classroom educator. She ushers students through the workings of non-profit organizations and environmental issues. Jen is currently working on model lesson plans for the Barnegat Bay Ecosystem. To inquire about Jens curriculum development or to schedule a classroom visit please send an email
Willie, is longtime Chairman of Save Barnegat Bay and co-founder of the Nitrogen Pollution Action Project. He maintains a vigorous lecture and community talk schedule focusing on topics like nutrient pollution, land use issues and conservation. Willie is happy to Join your community group or school anytime for a casual conversation about the Bay. To inquire about Willie’s talk schedule or to schedule a classroom visit please email.