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December 2015 Photos!

The last photos from 2015! Sorry for the delay.

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November Pics (Better Late Than Never)

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October’s Pics

Photos taken from October 2015!

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June 2015 Photos!

The June 2015 photo gallery is now up!

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SB 101

Good Evening folks, The Proposed Senate Marsh Buffer Bill (SB 101) has been approved by the Senate and is now in the house of representatives. This more than likely is to be our last chance to get the bad SB … Continue reading

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Brunswick News Editorial – SB 101

From E-mail: Dear Editor, This is a response to the editorial that ran in the Brunswick News on 2-27-15. This is the most sensible article I have read to date about the proposed marsh buffer bill SB 101. There are … Continue reading

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Legislation could re-establish marsh buffers

Article: Bill introduced that could re-establish marsh buffers (The Brunswick News) From E-mail: Michael, after reading your article I think you may be giving too much credit where it just might not be needed.  The way it is coming down … Continue reading

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James Holland defends the coast

Holland’s vigilance as Riverkeeper is one reason; another is Georgia’s strong marsh protection law, thanks in large part to the late Eugene Odum, a University of Georgia ecologist who probably did the most to educate Georgia and Georgia legislators about … Continue reading

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A World Without Fish, by Glynn Middle School 7th Graders

Attached is a bulletin board and another side display created by Glynn Middle School 7th graders.  I have photo of the students with this display but I have not received parental consent to use it yet.  Hopefully, I will receive … Continue reading

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