Join us for Festivals, Workshops, and More!

Call (912) 580-6939 or email to join an event or if you have any questions.

World Oceans Day
St. Simons Island and Tybee Island
“Our Oceans, Our Future” 

Thursday, June 8, 2017


St. Simons Island:
St. Simons Island Beach Sweep
Thursday, June 8 • 6pm
Coast Guard Station Beach

JOIN US in celebrating World Oceans Day! One Hundred Miles is partnering with Keep Golden Isles Beautiful, Green Scene of Coastal Georgia, UGA Odum School of Ecology, the St. Simons Island Sea Turtle Project and the Georgia Beach Bird Stewards to host a beach cleanup and ocean festival. Contact [email protected] for more info. Read our event press release. 

  • Help up clean the beach! All clean up materials provided by Keep Golden Isles Beautiful.
  • Stop by our educational booths and action stations! Learn what you can do to keep our coast clean and healthy.
  • Participate in a sea turtle or shorebird educational walk. Led separately by community partners – the SSI Sea Turtle Project and the Georgia Beach Bird Stewards.
  • First 50 beach clean up volunteers will receive a free reusable bag! Provided by Harris Teeter.
  • … And more!

Tybee Island:
Plastics Art Demonstration
Thursday, June 8 • Time TBD
Tybee Island Marine Science Center

JOIN US! One Hundred Miles is partnering with Fight Dirty Tybee to create visually impactful plastic art demonstrations from plastics and trash collected over time on Tybee’s beaches. Learn how you can make a difference in reducing plastic waste on the coast. After the demonstration, continue the celebration and enjoy World Ocean’s Day drink specials and ocean trivia at Bubba Gumbo’s on Tybee Island! Contact [email protected] for more info.

Naturalist 101 Series
May – November 2017
Monthly Lecture and Field Trip

Introducing Naturalist 101, a seven-month series designed for residents and coastal enthusiasts. With these hands-on seasonal programs, you’ll discover what makes Georgia’s coast so special and how you can make a difference for species across our 100 miles.

From May through November, One Hundred Miles will partner with local researchers and coastal leaders to host a monthly lecture and corresponding field trip. Each month focuses on a different theme:

May – Sharing the Beach with Shorebirds • June – Bee Inspired: All About Bees • July – Loggerhead-lines: Conserving Georgia’s Sea Turtles • August – Our Sandy Shore: Georgia Barrier Island Dynamics • September – Hooray for Herps: Reptiles and Amphibians • October – Under the Sea: Sustainable Fisheries • November – Branching Out: Longleaf Pine Ecosystem

Monthly lectures are free, with field trips offered at low cost; participants can pick and choose to attend the programs that interest them most – or sign up for the entire series at a reduced rate. We can’t wait to explore the coast with you!

Don’t miss out on the fun: join our mailing list to be the first to hear about special events, workshops, and other coastal activities.