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Gundalow Company wins Sea Education Award for “excellence in education programs under sail”

  Gundalow Company takes top award for marine education from Tall Ships America Portsmouth NH – At its recent annual conference in Boston, Tall Ships America – the national organization for hundreds of educational sail training vessels – awarded the Gundalow Company its coveted Sea Education Award for “excellence in education programs under sail”. In the five years since Portsmouth-based non-profit Gundalow Company launched The Piscataqua – a reproduction of the gundalows that were the workhorses of the Seacoast waterways for hundreds of years – thousands of school children from 46 different schools throughout the region have been out on […]

Announcing: PISCATAQUA FLICKS

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April 6 – 6pm Music Hall Loft, Portsmouth, NH The Gundalow Company presents Piscataqua Flicks at the Music Hall Loft in Portsmouth on Monday April 6th at 6pm with a series of short films from Young Voices for the Planet followed by our feature film, Chasing Ice.  This film night will highlight the global challenges of melting ice and a warming climate and share creative, community level solutions towards change. Young Voices for the Planet short films feature youth speaking out, creating solutions, changing laws, changing minds and changing society as they reduce the carbon footprint of their homes, schools and […]

Gundalow Homeschool Program: Scientists at the Shoreline

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Gundalow Homeschool Program: Scientists at the Shoreline Join us this spring for a 5 week long homeschool science course. The Gundalow Company delivers place-based, inquiry driven education programs that take students outside to experience science and exploration first hand.  Place-based education focuses on learning about science that is occurring right here in our own back yards.  This course includes 4 weeks of 1 hour outdoor classes along the waterfront of Portsmouth NH culminating in a 2.5 hour sailing and science exploration that starts in Portsmouth and ends in Dover.  We will trace the Piscataqua and Cocheco rivers from the Harbor right up […]

Become a Gundalow Volunteer

The Gundalow Company is lucky to have a wonderful group of active volunteers who help keep the boat running, the programs going, and the even help monitor the health of our rivers.  We are currently accepting applications for additional volunteer positions.  You can learn more about the specific volunteer positions and  find an application at this link: http://www.gundalow.org/get-involved/volunteer/

Investments in Portsmouth’s Peirce Island facility: Improving Water Quality in the Estuary

Join us next Thursday for the 3rd Science Cafe in the Series: Our Changing Water Science on Tap at Portsmouth Brewery March 22 – Portsmouth’s wastewater treatment Investments and its impact on the estuary   Portsmouth, NH – With construction of Portsmouth’s new wastewater treatment plant now underway, what improvements in water quality can the region expect to see over the coming years? That’s the topic on tap at the next Science Café on Wednesday March 22 at Portsmouth Brewery. Come learn what the latest science tells us about how less nitrogen and other pollutants will improve the health of […]

Science Cafe: Creative Solutions to Water Pollution in the Piscataqua Estuary

Encouraging lively and engaging conversations about our water in a casual setting. Whether you are a scientist or not, this is a fun and free opportunity to learn from experts and add your own perspective to the conversation. Science on Tap at Portsmouth Brewery February 22 – Creative solutions to water pollution in the Piscataqua Estuary Portsmouth, NH – If the packed crowd at the Portsmouth Brewery’s first Science Café was any indication, science is hot in the Seacoast. Co-hosted by the Gundalow Company and Portsmouth Brewery, the topic on tap for the February 22 Science Cafe is Clean It […]

2017 Events

Winter Science Café Series: Our Changing Water The Portsmouth Brewery, Jimmy LaPanza Lounge 56 Market Street, Portsmouth NH 03801 January 25 at 6pm: Meltdown – Why Glaciers Matter in New England and Public Perceptions Larry Hamilton and Cameron Wake Feb. 22 at 6pm: Clean It Up – Creative Solutions for the Health of our Estuary Jeff Barnum, Stephen Jones, Rebecca O’Brien, and Rachel Rouillard March 22at at 6pm: Investments in Portsmouth’s Peirce Island Facility: Improving Water Quality in the Estuary Terry Desmarais (City of Portsmouth), Tom Irwin (Conservation Law Foundation), and Dean Peschel (City of Dover)   Wednesday April 19, 6 pm – […]

Camp Registration is Open

REGISTRATION IS OPEN Choose a Camp Find a Friend Register for Camp It’s Time to Set Sail for Adventure Learn more about Summer Camp Offerings

Meltdown – What people should know and why they should care about glaciers

JOIN THE CONVERSATION! Encouraging lively and engaging conversations about our water in a casual setting. Whether you are a scientist or not, this is a fun and free opportunity to learn from experts and add your own perspective to the conversation. The discussion will be moderated by NHPR’s Environment Reporter, Sam Evans Brown.   Meltdown – What people should know and why they should care about glaciers Wed. January 25, 6:00 PM   The Portsmouth Brewery Jimmy LaPanza Lounge 56 Market Street, Portsmouth NH 03801 Admission: FREE Cameron Wake is a climatologist with the Institute for the Study of Earth, […]

Camp Registration Starts January 18th

Summer is just around the corner and we’re already looking forward to summer camp! This summer we’re offering more programs, more ages, and more fun.  Check out the different camp options below!

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