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COASTAL MASTER NATURALISTS

citizen stewardship through science-based education & community service
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Advanced Training: May 17, 2018 CCPRC presents “Nature Soundscape: How To Really Tune In”

A training opportunity designed with you in mind! Advanced training opportunities provide exposure and skill development in areas such as natural history, natural resource management, and nature interpretation. In order to keep your Master Naturalist certification current, you must take at least eight hours of advanced training per year. Nature´s Soundscape: How to Really Tune […]

Volunteer Opportunity at Caw Caw Interpretive Center – Caterpillars Count!

We have a fledgling Caterpillars Count! survey site at Caw Caw. Caterpillars Count! is a citizen science project for measuring the seasonal variation, also known as phenology, and abundance of arthropods like caterpillars, beetles, and spiders found on the foliage of trees and shrubs. The data you collect on the abundance and phenology of caterpillars and other insects during the growing […]

Volunteer Opportunity – Beach Program Volunteers needed on May 25 from 8:45-11:00 at Folly Beach County Park

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY The Education Department of the Charleston County Parks is requesting Beach Program Volunteers on May 25 from 8:45-11:00 at Folly Beach County Park. On May 25th approximately 200 middle schools students are scheduled to visit Folly Beach County Park to participate in seining programs. The Park’s ED team is requesting eight volunteers to assist in setting up […]

Dolphin Count April 28, 2018

Want to be a scientist for a day? Sign up for the Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network’s Dolphin Count on April 28, 2018.  Sign up here! Research has shown that there is little awareness in the Charleston community about our local dolphin population. There are approximately 300 individual dolphins that call Charleston home year-round. The aim of […]