Events

Coastal Master Naturalist Association meets a minimum of six times annually for field trips or other educational programs and maintains a directory of organizations seeking volunteers.

Save the Date for January Think & Drink!

Wednesday January 19, 2022 at 7pm join us on Zoom with your favorite beverage as we welcome Brad Jaynes, NAI Certified Interpretive Guide, Master Naturalist, and Interpretive Specialist and Aide of nearly two decades with CCPRC will join us in the interest of fostering a greater fondness for fungi.  Then join Colin Hocking, LRPS to …

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November Virtual and In-Person Opportunities

Whether you want to venture out or stay in the comfort of your living room, take advantage of these opportunities. In a free lecture, the South Carolina Wildlife Federation talks trash. Also listed is a fascinating documentary about Rantowles Creek, which flows under Highway 17 near Caw Caw Interpretive Center. The creek and the wider …

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This Thursday! Learn about the book: Nature’s Best Hope

Join fellow Coastal Master Naturalist Linda Geronilla, Ph.D, for an hour long introduction to Douglas W. Tallamy’s book Nature’s Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in Your Yard. This will be virtual lecture via Zoom on Thursday, FEBRUARY 18, 2021, at 7:00 PM. Learn the important interactions of the food chains and …

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