Cattails to Cordgrass March 6, 2015

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Cattails to Corgrass Seminar for Local Educators

Save-The-Date- January 22, 2015 for CWS Open Garden Gate


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2015 Annual Fundraiser March 7, 2015

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2015 CWS Annual Fundraiser

March 7, 2015

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Starlight and Spartina Fundraiser sponsorship levels-3 (1)

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If you wish to be a sponsor of the this event please contact us.

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Feast of the Coastal Wild December 6, 2014


Please make your reservations no later than November 28th, 2014


CALL 912-230-7124 for any Questions

Feast of the Coastal Wild 2014

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October 11th Native Plant Sale and Educational Program

 Join us on Saturday, October 11th for The CWS Native Plant Sale and Educational Programs.

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Fall 2014 Vendors List

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April 5th Spring Native Plant Sale

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Spring 2014 Plant Sale Inventory

March 20 and May 8th Lunch And Learn

2014 L&L From FaceBook Bill Lewis

Open The Garden Gate

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Saturday, January 25, 2014 

9:00 am until 3:00 pm – Richmond Hill City Center, 520 Cedar Street, Richmond Hill, Georgia 31324 (912) 445-0043

This year’s annual symposium “Open the Garden Gate” is themed “Creatures of the Night.” Please join us for a day of exploration focused on the importance of the dark sky, and the beneficial nocturnal creatures that call the Southeast coast home. You will learn what you can do in your own backyard to protect the night, and about moths, reptiles and amphibians. Speakers include Greg Golgowski (Harmony, FL) with his lecture “Finding Your Way in the Dark: The importance of managing nighttime lighting and what you can do about it” and Dr. Jim Porter (University of Georgia), with his lecture entitled “Tales from the Dark Side: Moths and the Garden at Night.”

In the afternoon, participants will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops: how to identify insects, how to identify different amphibians by their night-time vocalizations, and tips and techniques to correctly place bat houses in your yard. Organizations that share similar conservation goals to Coastal WildScapes will also have displays and information available for symposium participants. 

Registration is now open. Registration ($40) includes coffee breaks and lunch.

Pictured: Green Sphinx moth courtesy of James Porter.


Member Appreciation Oyster Roast

satyr-and-oysterMember Appreciation Oyster Roast, Darien, GA:  An annual CWS tradition on Saturday, December 7, 2013.

Thank you for supporting Coastal WildScapes.  We look forward to celebrating five years of Coastal WildScapes on our coast. Now is the time to update your membership for 2014 and join us for an evening on the marsh.. Featuring McIntosh County oysters, clams and shrimp Saturday, December 7th at 6 p.m.

Home of Linda Lamb and Paul Griffin
Reservations Required
Limited Space
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2013 Native Seed Collection Trips

Fall 2013 Field Trips November 11th and 23rdTo members only native seed collection trips will be held on November 11th to Little Saint Simons Island and November 23rd to Jekyll Island. Each trip limited to 10 active members. Memberships can be renewed online here. For more information click here.


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