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'Connecting People Through Nature' topic of March 12 symposium
Georganne Eubanks

Coastal Wildscapes 2022 Annual Symposium "Connecting People Through Nature" will be held March 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Richmond Hill City Center, 520 Cedar Street.

Speakers include:

· Keynote Speaker Georgann Eubanks on stories from her new book “Saving the Wild South”

· Jessica Brown, Stormwater Specialist for UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant speaking on “The Common Green: the role that native vegetation plays in stormwater green Infrastructure”

· Erin Cork, Wildlife Biologist with Georgia DNR’s Wildlife Conservation Section, speaking on “Making Connections through Community Science: Coastal Georgia Frog Watch”

Lunch will be provided.

Theme associated books, including “Saving the Wild South”, will be available to purchase on site with the author and The Book Lady Bookstore.

The group thanks Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Paul Griffin Scholarship Fund for their sponsorship and partnership on this annual event.

 To register, please visit (limited spots available).

 Cost: CWS Members ($60), Non-Members ($75) and Student ($25).

Due to current COVID-19 concerns, masks will be strongly encouraged. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available on site.

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