Mar 5 @ 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
CCA Maryland is a proud partner of Calvert County Public Schools (CCPS) to support habitat construction via reef ball building with every 5th grade class and student in the county through their CHESPAX program.
RSVP today to volunteer for this event then complete the next steps in your confirmation email – next steps must be completed to volunteer for Calvert County Public Schools.
Additional volunteers are requested to support the towing of trailers to and from schools. Interested parties should have a 1/2 ton or greater vehicle and will be offered reimbursement for the mileage driven in support of the program. Transportation volunteers may sign up via email or call/text to Jesse Howe (667)225-1793 for more details.
Reef balls are a specially designed artificial reef unit that are used worldwide to build and restore reef habitat. Here in the Chesapeake, reef balls provide important three-dimensional habitat for oysters and many other filtering organisms to attach to. They also provide hollow structure for juvenile fish and crabs to hide from predators. Yes, it’s those predators we pursue as anglers, so reef balls also make some great fishing spots too.
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