How would you describe the waters of coastal Georgia? Murky? Muddy? Dirty? How about nutrient-rich? Exploding with life? Salty ocean and fresh rivers colliding and combining to form unique ecological phenomena upon which both humans and animals alike depend?! Maybe you’d simply say our waters are “brackish.” No matter how you connect with our coastal waters, you’re invited to come celebrate them!
We’re returning with all new Naturalist 101 programs and Advocacy in Action updates to help you go behind the scenes on our work! Let’s explore the historic and environmental legacy of the Okefenokee Swamp, investigate coastal geology, and learn how civic engagement can chart the future of Georgia’s coast.
Events this season:
- The 2023 Georgia Legislative Session: Our Legislative Priorities with Megan Desrosiers | January 19 @ 6:30 PM at the Silver Bluff Brewing Company | Come at 5:30 PM to meet our advocacy team and hear more about their work alongside our coastal communities.
- Sunset at the Swamp, Okefenokee Swamp Boat Tour | January 27 @ 4:30 PM
- Geology of the Georgia Coast with Tony Martin, One Hundred Miles office (7 Glynn Ave., Brunswick) | February 16 @ 7:00 PM
- Open House, One Hundred Miles office (7 Glynn Ave., Brunswick) | March 2 @ 5 PM – 7 PM