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Friends of Coastal SC Benefit with Patrick McMillan

Saturday, June 24th from 5pm to 7pm:

The work of human hands:  Shaping our landscape past, present and future. 

Friends of Coastal South Carolina hosts a thought provoking evening with Patrick McMillan.  Renowned naturalists and host of the award winning PBS series, Expeditions, Patrick McMillan brings a unique perspective to the challenges of conservation in our time and imparts an equally unique understanding of how we shape our world.  The evening is a benefit to support loggerhead sea turtle conservation efforts on Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Cape Romain is the most important breeding ground for loggerhead sea turtles north of Florida.  The nest protection work this benefit supports results in hundreds of thousands of hatchling turtles, who would not otherwise survive, making it to the sea.  

Lecture, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres with Patrick McMillan.  $50 per person. 

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Sunday June 25:

Tour Bulls Island in Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge with Patrick McMillan.

$40 per person.  Trips sponsored by Coastal Expeditions with departures at 10:00 am and 11:15 am. To Purchase Tickets Click on One of the Links Below:

10:00 am departure

11:15 am departure  

Patrick McMillan is the host, co-creator and writer of the popular, Emmy Award-winning ETV nature program Expeditions with Patrick McMillan. For over 25 years, Patrick has worked as a professional naturalist, biologist and educator. Patrick is the Glenn and Heather Hilliard Professor of Environmental Sustainability at Clemson University, where he is also a faculty member in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation.  He is the director of the South Carolina Botanical Garden, the Bob Campbell Geology Museum and the Clemson Experimental Forest.  He has also been inducted as an honorary member of the legendary Class of '39 at Clemson.  Patrick is a dynamic speaker with a passion for engaging the general public and youth in conservation issues and science.  This is evidenced by the fact that, in addition to filming Expeditions and his responsibilities at Clemson, he has done over 400 invited presentations since 2008. 

For more detailswww.sccoastalfriends.org 843-697-7535. 

Later Event: July 1
Closed for Independence Day