With the number of electric and hybrid vehicles growing on Seabrook Island, we thought Charleston County's "Drive Electric Charleston" event on Sept. 23rd might be of interest if you're curious about EVs. You can register for the event at bit.ly/driveevchs.
Seabrook Island Natural History Group
The Seabrook Island Natural History Group explores the ecology, history and culture of the South Car
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We hope to see you this Thursday, April 13th, at Lake House for our final Evening Program of the spring season, "Walk On:The Story of Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR)", at 7pm. We're sure you'll find it an uplifting and heartwarming look at how horses assist adults and children with disabilities enjoy more active and fulfilling lives. You can register for the presentation using the link.
Also, our friends at the Seabrook Island Greenspace Conservancy would like you to know about their upcoming program on the proposed Angel Oak Preserve:
This is Forrest, one of the 150 riders with disabilities served each year by Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR). Forrest's equine partner is a pony named Bonzai, one of twenty specially trained horses and ponies that help adults and children with disabilities live more active and fulfilling lives. Please join us at Lake House on April 13th at 7pm for an uplifting look at CATR's mission, including a poignant video featuring Forrest and his equine and human helpers. You can register at sinhg.org/events-page.
We hope you'll join us on Thursday evening, April 13th at Lake House for a heartwarming Evening Program about Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR), right here on Johns Island. For thirty-two years, CATR has been helping adults and children with disabilities live more active and fulfilling lives in partnership with horses. You can register for this Evening Program at sinhg.org/events-page
Tonight's Evening Program CANCELLED Rescheduling To Follow "LOST CHARLESTON" Evening Program CANCELLED We're sorry, but this evening's program, "Lost Charleston", has been cancelled due to weather and travel conditions for our presenter
Evening Program Reminder Talking Tea at Lake House This is a friendly reminder that our first Evening Program of the fall is this Thursday evening, September 8th, at 7:30pm, when horticulturalist Joshua Giordano-Silliman will
Tea Time At Lake House Volunteers Needed Talking Tea at Lake House We hope you'll be joining us for our first Evening Program of the fall season, on Thursday September 8th at 7:30pm, when horticulturalist Joshua Giordano-Si
Fall Evening Programs Begin Soon First Up: Tea Time Fall Evening Programs First up in our fall series of Evening Programs is a refreshing look at the history of tea cultivation in South Carolina on Thursday evening, September 8th, wi
Fall Trips Are Coming! FALL TRIP SCHEDULE ALMOST READY! It’s not too early to think cooler and think autumn! We’ve got over 30 SINHG Trips nearly ready for your consideration, from walking tours and kayaking to cooking clas
Evening Program Reminder The Importance of Bees JOIN US NEXT WEEK Our final Evening Program of the spring, on April 14th at 7pm, will bring South Carolina apiarist Ben Powell to the Live Oak room at Lake House. A member of Cl
Get To Know Bees At April Evening Program And our annual member meeting coming soon! THE IMPORTANCE OF BEES Our final Evening Program of the spring, on April 14th at 7pm, will bring South Carolina apiarist Ben Powell to the Live Oak room at L
The Lowcountry's Healthful Plants March Program Explores Botanicals CONNECT WITH NATIVE HERBS Our Evening Program on March 10th will bring botanist and herbalist Amy Punsalan to the Live Oak Room at Lake House to "Connect, Thrive & Cu
Spring Trip Slots Still Available Don't Miss Out! We wanted to let you know that spaces are still available for these Spring SINHG Trips: Ravenel Bridge Walk, March 18 (no fee for this trip), 10 openings Historic Supper Club #1, March
Webinar Reminder - "The Jews In South Carolina" Registration Open Now We wanted to remind you that this month's Evening Program, "The Jews In South Carolina", on Thursday, February 10th, will be presented online as a webinar. If you registered for
Evening Program Cancelled EVENING PROGRAM CANCELLED We're sorry, but this Thursday's Evening Program, "Caw Caw:Its History and Function", has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience. We hope you'll join us for our F
New Year, New Programs from SINHG Explore Caw Caw This Month 2022 EVENING PROGRAMS BEGIN THIS MONTH We're starting our spring Evening Programs a month early this year, when representatives from Charleston County Parks and Recreation j
Spring 2022 Trips Sign Up Deadline Approaching! January 2nd Is The Signup Deadline During your New Year revels, don't forget that Sunday, January 2nd, is the deadline for signing up for our Spring 2022 SINHG Trips. If
Spring 2022 Trips Are Here! Sign Up By January 2nd SPRING TRIPS ARE READY! It’s not too early to think spring! We’ve got 33 SINHG Trips ready for you starting in February, from walking tours and kayaking to cooking classes and c
September Evening Program EXPLORE "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEES" WITH SINHG Join us next Thursday, September 9th, for our first Evening Program of the fall at Lake House, as Ben Powell, South Carolina's Apiary Specialist, outlines t
Trip Signup Deadline Approaching A gentle reminder that the deadline for signing up for our Fall Trips is fast approaching on July 23rd. If you haven't picked your trips and sent us your form, visit the website to view the 31 trips o
Let's Celebrate! HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY! We hope your holiday will be safe, healthy and most of all fun! Be sure to check out our Fall SINHG Trips lineup if you haven't already done so. The signup deadline is July 23rd.
Happy Summer Solstice! Enjoy The Year's Longest Day THE LONGEST DAY Enjoy today's Summer Solstice 2021, the longest day of the year with more than 15 hours of daylight, as the sun reaches its northernmost point and begins i
SINHG Trips For Fall Now Available! Sign Up By July 23rd FALL TRIP SIGNUP NOW AVAILABLE SINHG is back and about to hit the road with a full roster of trips for Fall 2021. Choose from thirty-one trips, seven of them new, ranging from kay
June 5th is World Environment Day, created by the United Nations to focus global attention on growing challenges to world environmental health. This year's theme is "Reimagine. Recreate. Restore", with an emphasis on ecosystem restoration - an especially crucial focus for delicate coastal ecosystems such as ours. Visit worldenvironmentday.global to learn more.
Earth Day Is Tomorrow Do Something Nice For Nature IT'S EARTH DAY 2021 Tomorrow is Earth Day, when communities around the world take action to raise awareness for protecting Mother Earth. We hope you might join in, too, wi
Meet Wisdom, the world's oldest known breeding bird. Wisdom, a Laysan albatross who was first tagged on Midway Atoll in the North Pacific in 1956, is more than seventy years old and has just hatched another chick, one of up to 36 chicks she's mothered in her long life. Albatrosses are among the world's most long-lived birds, but Wisdom has lived more than twice the average life span for the breed. As she has every winter Wisdom returned to the Midway archipelago, at the northern tip of the Hawaiian island chain, to give birth and raise her new chick with the help of her mate, Akeakamai, who has been her partner since at least 2012. You can read more about Laysan albatrosses at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laysan_albatross
Tomorrow is World Wildlife Day, a United Nations-sponsored worldwide event focusing on ways that humans and wildlife can live and prosper together. To mark the day, you can take a virtual world wildlife tour at https://nepris.com/sessions/session/detail/83145, or have fun with a quick wildlife quiz from the World Wildlife Fund at support.worldwildlife.org. Happy WWD!
Join us on Thursday March 11th for our next Virtual Evening Program with Captain Whitemarsh "Whit" Smith of the Charleston Harbor Pilots. Lean how harbor pilots keep the nation's 8th busiest port safe and environmentally secure, sometimes at great risk to themselves. You can register for this free webinar at http://www.sinhg.org/events-page
During the recent stormy weather, this pair of brown pelicans found calmer waters at Lake House, a fairly unusual sight on the island. While pelicans normally fish and roost in near offshore waters, they will sometimes venture further inland to marshes or ponds. This pair, joined on their roost by some cormorants, tarried at the Lake for several days before heading back to the beach.
We hope you'll join us this Thursday evening, Feb. 11, at 7:30 for the first of our spring virtual Evening Programs. Lauren Rust, the founder and executive director of the Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network, will be exploring her organization's work protecting our marine wildlife, particularly dolphins. You can register for this online webinar at sinhg.org/events-page
Merry Christmas from SINHG! We send wishes for a peaceful and safe holiday season and look forward to better times in 2021.
Tomorrow, December 1st, is Giving Tuesday.
Many charitable organizations are struggling after this most difficult year, so Giving Tuesday is even more important! Among the many local charities that would appreciate your help are:
- Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding (CATR), at catr-program.org (we've visited them twice in recent years on SINHG Trips)
- Sea Island Hunger Awareness, at fightislandhunger.org
- the South Carolina Nature Conservancy, at nature.org (click on the About Us button)
You can also find a comprehensive list of Johns Island charities at greatnonprofits.org/city/johns-island/sc
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