Naturalist 101 Series: October - Under the Sea

October 5, 2017 @ 7:00PM — 8:00PM

Go Behind the Scenes with Sapelo Sea Farms, Georgia's oldest clam farm. Sign up for a lecture, field trip, or 7-month series package deal.

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Sustainable Fisheries Lecture
One Hundred Miles Brunswick Office
Thursday, October 5th • 7pm
Free and open to the public

Seas the day! Go behind the scenes of Georgia's fisheries industry, and learn how your choices on the water and at the dinner table can make a difference for our coast. Captain Charlie Phillips, Owner of Sapelo Sea Farms, the oldest clam farm in Georgia, will give an interactive presentation on Georgia's tastiest treat. Enjoy complimentary wine, beer, and light snacks.

Behind the Scenes Air Boat Trip to Sapelo Sea Farms
Sunday, October 8th • 1st Tour: 4:30pm | 2nd Tour: 5:45pm
$30 members | $40 non-members
*12 spots available

Cruise by air boat through Sapelo River and learn about the 'ins and outs' of sustainable shellfish farming on the coast. Charlie Phillips will be our expert guide for the day, showing us how he grows fresh oysters and clams along the banks of the marsh. There will be two 1.5 hour boat tours with 6 people on each one – the first tour begins at 3pm and the second tour begins at 4:45pm. Kick back with drinks and tasty shellfish at Sapelo Sea Farm's waterfront neighbor, Pelican Point's Restaurant before or after your boat tour.

Event Location

One Hundred Miles Brunswick Office
1312 Newcastle Street
Brunswick, GA 31520

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