UPDATE: This fall will be the CBF Education Program’s last season on Fox Island. Sadly, rising sea levels and erosion have led to a dramatic loss of the protective salt marshes surrounding the center and have made it necessary to close after November. As always, safety is the number one concern for our program participants. LEARN MORE HERE
Fox Island Environmental Education Center
Built in 1929 as a hunting and fishing lodge, the center is surrounded by the waters of Tangier and Pocomoke Sounds in Virginia. Fox Island's location, history, and simplicity make it an educational—and magical—place. The center has Clivus Multrum composting toilets that use no water or chemicals. Solar panels provide electricity for a handful of lights, a refrigerator, and the "gray water" system. Participants see how a "green building" functions.