What: Jim Luken discussing his new book “Coastal South Carolina Fish & Game; History, Culture and Conservation”
When: Tuesday, June 15th at 11 am
Where: Kimbel’s at Wachesaw Plantation
Cost: $50, includes river art gift for each attendee
Few people are familiar with the full history that shaped and preserved the fish and wildlife of coastal South Carolina. From Native Americans to the early colonists to plantation owners and their slaves to market hunters and commercial fishermen, all viewed fish and wildlife as limitless.
Through time, however, overharvesting led to population declines, and the public demanded conservation. The process that produced fish and game laws, wardens and wildlife refuges was complex and often involved conflict, but synergy and cooperation ultimately produced one of the most extensive conservation systems on the East Coast.
This Moveable Feast is hosted by CLASS to benefit the Winyah Rivers Alliance (WRA) which monitors and maintains the health of the extensive river network in our region. In addition to profits from this Moveable Feast, proceeds from the sales of Luken’s book, plus William Woodson’s Waccamaw Gold and CLASS Publishing’s Sandy Island … forever will benefit WRA. Authors will be present to sign your books.
Acknowledgements – we are so grateful to both Dr. James Luken for agreeing to be part of this event and to Linda Ketron for her generosity in hosting this Moveable Feast to benefit Winyah Rivers Alliance.
The 2021 Waccamaw Conference, “Confluence: The Blue Trail Connection”, held from World Water Day (March 22) to Earth Day (April 22), was a great success! Thanks for joining us both virtually and in person for this year’s event.
Stay tuned for the 2022 Waccamaw Conference, already in the planning stages with our wonderful partners.
We host Spring and Fall Cleanup initiatives but litter prevention and cleanup activities continue throughout the year. Thank you to all the volunteers who participate! Scheduled cleanups are published on our public calendar here >>
On April 22nd, Georgetown County Parks & Recreation and Winyah Rivers Alliance’s Friends of Rocky Point celebrated the opening of the Green Trail at Rocky Point Community Forest on the Black River. The Green Trail is open from dawn to dusk beginning April 23rd.
This year’s Palmetto Giving Day was a huge success! We raised over $30,000 in support of our mission and our work to protect our local rivers, its clean water, recreational opportunities and its economic benefits for our families and our future.
Next year will be even better!
Thank you to all the photographers who entered and our sponsors Tidelands Photography Club, 803 Labs, Inc. and Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation. Stay tuned for next year’s contest.
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Thank you to all our wonderful donors who gave to protect fishable, swimmable, drinkable water!
On Saturday, March 7th, supporters enjoyed our annual oyster roast and lowcountry supper at Kimbel Lodge at Hobcaw Barony.
Thank you to our sponsors, including: Shine Cafe, Moe’s Original BBQ, Murrells Inlet Seafood, New South Brewing and our individual donors (we know who you are and appreciate you)!
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