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Youth Program: Salt Marsh Ecology (middle/high)

SHL has partnered with Charleston County Parks and Recreation to put together a themed set of programs for the year. This is the third of four programs in this Natural History of the Lowcountry series.

In this program, kids will learn the importance of soil, soil types, erosion, conservation practices, and the hydrologic cycle, complete with activities!

Where: James Island County Park, Crab/Fishing Pier

When: Saturday, 3/15; 1-2:30pm for preK/elementary, 2:30-4pm for middle/high
Cost: $5/child (paid to SHL/Amy Monsky, let them know at front gate you are with a program and they will waive the regular gate admission)

Space is limited, RSVPs are required: [masked] or RSVP on Facebook with the child(ren)'s name(s) and age(s)

Children 5 years old and younger need an accompanying parent. Parents do not need to pay admission and are welcome to enjoy the park while their child(ren) attend the program.

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