Jocelyn Tuttle

Baltimore Harbor Environmental Education Program Manager

Tenure at CBF:
August 2005-present


  • MA in Teaching (secondary education-biology), Towson University
  • BS in Biology and Environmental/Marine Science, minor in Environmental Issues, Salisbury University

Prior Experience:

  • CBF: Maryland Canoe Program, Smith Island Environmental Education Center, Karen Noonan Environmental Education Center
  • Youth Director and adult volunteer of the Carroll County residential 4-H Camp
  • Intern with The National Aquarium in Baltimore’s conservation education department
  • Nature Camp instructor Pemberton Historical and Nature Park, Salisbury, MD
  • Environmental grant writing intern with the Newton Marasco Foundation

Environmental Education Philosophy:
The environment is truly a cross-curricular learning opportunity. I have found that biology, chemistry, physics, history, art, language, philosophy, and economics have unifying roots in our outdoor environment. You cannot lead others to explore and learn more about their environment without challenging them to consider all of the issues and subjects that draw from it.

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