Save the Date: January 25th 9am till 2pm – Richmond Hill City Center.
This year’s annual symposium “Open the Garden Gate” is themed “Creatures of the Night” Come learn about the beneficial nocturnal creatures that call our coastal Georgia landscapes home.
Registration on this website will be available soon.
Pictured: Green Sphinx moth courtesy of James Porter.
Member 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
To Reserve: firstname.lastname@example.org
Renew or become a member to take advantage of this opportunity: http://www.coastalwildscapes.org/membership-registration/
In addition to the invasive removal days that was on June 27th and June 28th we will start a monthly workday at the Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center on the second Tuesday of the month beginning Tuesday, July 9th.
TO VOLUNTEER PLEASE REPLY DIRECTLY TO Eamonn.Leonard@dnr.state.ga.us IN ADVANCE.
Date: Every second Tuesday starting July 9, 2013.
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (Please let us know when you can be there during this time period.)
Place: Cay Creek Wetlands Park
Activity: Remove invasive plants from Cay Creek Wetlands Park – targeting Japanese Honeysuckle, Chinese Tallow and Mimosa.
1) Work clothes and shoes (waterproof desirable)
2) Work gloves (disposable if you are sensitive to poison ivy)
3) Clippers (large and small)
4) Water and snacks
Directions (map below): Cay Creek 189 Charlie Butler Rd, Midway, Ga.
From I-95 take exit #76, Midway, and head west on Hwy 84 for about a mile. Turn left at the sign for Cay Creek. The entrance to Cay Creek Wetland Park is on the right just a ways down the road. Parking is in the back near the boardwalk entrance. There are no facilities at this location. Parkers at the I-95 exit has restrooms.
From Hwy 17 turn east onto Hwy 84 in Midway, and head east for 2.5 miles. Turn right at the sign for Cay Creek. The entrance to Cay Creek Wetland Park is on the right just a ways down the road. Parking is in the back near the boardwalk entrance. There are no facilities at this location. Parkers at the I-95 exit has restrooms.