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Thank you for your interest in Phillips Wharf Environmental Center. If you would like to learn more about the history of Phillips Wharf, our education programs and our unique vision, please contact us at 410-886-9200 or to set up an interview.

Kelley Cox Founder and Executive Director

pwec-logo-250Kelley Phillips-Cox is the founder, president and executive director and a Marine Biologist who worked with various Chesapeake Bay Programs for more than 15 years prior to founding Phillips Wharf Environmental Center.
As part of a fifth generation family of watermen, Kelley combined her deep understanding of the importance of the Bay’s economic vitality with her science background to create

Phillips Wharf’s unique vision that seeks to combine environmental and economic sustainability.

Phillips Wharf recently launched a $5M capital campaign to fund the construction of a major new economic development and education center. Once completed, the center will house expanded aquaculture programs, advanced educational displays, and classrooms for our aquaculture job training program.

Due to the current weather conditions we have decided to cancel tonight's presentation. Please stay safe as the roads and walkways are very slippery. ...

Phillips Wharf Environmental Center shared Know Good's post.

Oysters 101. Should be fun ...check it out.

So excited that Barbara Helish from Flying Fork catering will be joining us for OYSTERS 101 on Saturday. For those who've never sampled her Oyster are in for a real treat!

Oysters 101. Should be fun ...check it out.

Phillips Wharf Environmental Center added an event.

Meet at Phillips Wharf at 9am for a day of trash clean-up around Tilghman Island! Rain or shine!

Please register through this website:

Dress for the weather! Boots, waders, and gloves strongly encouraged!

Phillips Wharf Environmental Center shared their event.

This week at Sip & Socialize Saturday's - Winter Lecture Series we be hosting another pillar of our community Tilghman Watermen's Museum. They will be airing their original documentary "Til-Made: Remembering Tilghman Packing Company" There will be time at the end for questions and discussion with the creators 🙂