It’s a series that sheds light on the importance of aquatic sciences in the Charlotte County Coastal Region of New Brunswick. It’s a series that takes the viewer from the scenic Bay of Fundy to the lakes, rivers, and watersheds that make up that biologically diverse part of the world. It’s a series that introduces viewers to key organizations and figures that make up the fisheries and ocean science groups in the region.
It’s a series called Submersed in Science.
The first episode, premiering on Tuesday July 8th at 10:00 pm, will introduce the viewers to the series and the people who will be featured in the following shows. Representatives from the St. Andrews Biological Station, Huntsman Ocean Sciences Centre, Atlantic Salmon Federation, and the New Brunswick Community College will tell the viewers all about their organizations and what will be featured during their episodes.
Produced filmed and edited by members of CHCO TV 26 Charlotte County Television, New Brunswick’s very own independent television channel, the series is home grown but can be watched nationally on Bell satellite channel 539, or locally on antenna UHF Channel 26, or Cable Channel 9.
You can catch episodes of Submersed in Science all summer on Tuesdays at 10:00 pm, Thursdays at 7:00 & 10:00pm, Saturdays and Sundays at 8:00 pm.
Tune in and find out how just how important Aquatic Sciences are to Charlotte County.
For more information on Submersed in Science contact:
Lauren Naish, CHCO Community Producer