The Gundalow Company (a non-profit 501(c)3 organization) sponsors maritime history and environmental educational programs for school groups and the public onboard the replica gundalow Captain Edward Adams from May through November in 12-15 riverfront locations in the Piscataqua region. The project funded by the NHEP in 2004 included the development of an expanded Gundalow Company education program curriculum in order to motivate all gundalow visitors to appreciate the relationship between regional maritime history, contemporary water quality issues and future stewardship responsibilities. The NHEP grant also supported the Gundalow Company’s efforts to bring the gundalow to Durham and Newmarket. The content of the curriculum is adaptable to all the programs offered by the Gundalow Company staff and volunteers including formal one-hour programs with school groups onboard the gundalow and in classrooms, general interpretive tours when the gundalow is open to the public, group tours for adults, and special events.
New Hampshire Estuaries Project
Bolster, Molly, "2004 Water Quality Education Onboard the Gundalow, Bolster, M" (2004). PREP Reports & Publications. 211.