"The kind of world our children inherit tomorrow depends on how well we care for it today" reads the wall as you climb the stairs and enter the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve's newly renovated Life on the Edge Exhibit.
This past year the Jacques Cousteau Reserve has been busy with the renovation of our Life on the Edge Exhibit located upstairs in the Yacht Club at the Tuckerton Seaport Museum.
The renovated exhibit focuses on the importance of estuaries to plants, animals and all of us. Through hands-on activities and multimedia components you'll explore the roles estuaries play, a variety of habitats and who calls these places home, and what you can do to become a steward of this unique and important ecosystem. With exciting new exhibits such as our photo booth pledge station, a giant view master and a chance to look into the depths of a water droplet, there is something for everyone and all ages!
The exhibit is free and will be open to the public starting Memorial Day Weekend. So stop by and discover the NEW Life on the Edge!
Exhibit and Seaport Hours: Open year round, 7 days.
Tuckerton Seaport Museum
120 W. Main St.
For more information call Ida Scott, Interpretation Coordinator, at 609-812-0649, ext. 205.