SINHG Studies Dune Restoration

Twelve SINHG members recently joined David Gardner, Camp St. Christopher’s Director of Environmental Education, to study the dune ecosystem of Seabrook’s more than three miles of beachfront. Particularly noticeable was the natural re-establishment of the dunes after two major hurricanes, especially along the southern end of the island. The group enjoyed the advantage of David’s enthusiasm for coastal ecology combined with his entertaining delivery. SINHG Spring Trips continue through mid-May, with trips later this month to South Carolina Aquarium and with Doug Bostic to explore the Revolutionary and Civil War histories of James and Johns Islands.

-Submitted by Norm Powers on behalf of SINHG

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