Our Naturalist 101 series is designed to help coastal residents and enthusiasts build an encyclopedia of knowledge about Georgia’s coastal habitats and wildlife. Through our hands-on workshops and lectures, participants will increase their understanding of local conservation issues and find opportunities to take action to protect our 100-mile coast. Master your coastal knowledge and explore our 100 miles with us!
Families in Nature
At One Hundred Miles, we know that all ages benefit when they have access to quality outdoor education. That’s why we’re committed to helping families of all ages, backgrounds, and interests get out and explore our coast. We hope you’ll join us for these fun, hands-on programs —we can’t wait to discover the wonders of our 100 miles with you and your children!
Youth Environmental Leadership Program (YELP)
At One Hundred Miles, young people are leading the way—and making a big impact. Through this year long intensive program, we’re empowering a group of conservation-minded students to make a difference for the coast we love. YELP participants come together with their peers to address critical environmental issues serve as “ambassadors” within their schools and neighborhoods.
Wildlife Education Project
Our coast is home to some of the most iconic—and imperiled—wildlife on the planet, including loggerhead sea turtles, North Atlantic right whales, and shorebirds like red knots, least terns, and American oystercatchers. That’s why engaging the public in wildlife protection is more important than ever. At OHM, we’re teaching residents and visitors alike about the protected species that visit coastal Georgia every year to nest, feed, and fledge their young. Most importantly, we’re connecting community members with the simple steps they can take to protect these animals for generations to come.
What’s your coastal literacy?
VP, Education & Communications
“At OHM, we love our coast more than anywhere else in the world. Join us to discover its wonders and learn how you can help protect it for future generations.”
Please contact Catherine for more information about any of OHM’s education or communication programs.