Brunswick County 4-H

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2009 Blue Heron Bowl :: February 21, 2009 November 1, 2008

Filed under: 4-H — Blair Green @ 6:00 am

Today’s technological advances allow us to research and explore vast ocean regions which were relatively unknown. With these new discoveries comes the potential to improve not only the environmental and economic well-being of our country but also our quality of life. Now our challenge is to continue the exploration and develop strategies for managing the oceans’ resources. TheNational Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB®) is one program that prepares the next generation of marine scientists, policy makers, teachers, explorers, researchers, technicians, environmental advocates, and informed citizens to accept this challenge.



Team Registration Directions:

  1. Print registration form
  2. Fill it out completely
  3. Acquire the appropriate signatures – all forms must be signed by coach and school principal
  4. Fax completed form to: (910) 962-2410
  5. After faxing the form, wait 30 minutes and then call (910) 962-2777 or
    e-mail to confirm that your fax was received.


North Carolina is one of 25 NOSB regions. The winner of the Blue Heron Bowl, hosted at UNCW on Feb. 21, 2009, will qualify for the NOSB National competition which will be hosted in Washington, DC in April 2009. This all-expense paid trip will allow the winning team from North Carolina to compete with other regional winners and provide the team with the opportunity to learn more about ocean science research at the Smithsonian Institutions Natural Museum of Natural History. To learn more about NOSB and the National Competition, please visit:


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