Join us at one of the following Conservation Conversations:
- Wednesday, August 30, Cinder Creek Pavilion @ 9AM
- Tuesday, September 5, Turtle Point Clubhouse @ 9AM NEW LOCATION!
- Wednesday, September 6, Cinder Creek Pavilion @ 4PM
- Wednesday, September 13, East Beach Conference Center @ 9AM
Kiawah Conservancy staff and Trustees will be in attendance during these information sessions to answer your questions regarding the proposed land trade and land conservation opportunity.
Please register your attendance for each session using the links above or contact us at 843-768-2029.
The Naturally Kiawah Pathways tour utilizes Kiawah Island’s existing bicycle path network as a guide to the central portion of the Island. On the tour you will encounter many unique environments, including expanses of tidal salt marsh, maritime forests and freshwater wetlands. Along the way you will have the opportunity to view a variety of wildlife, especially birds, and learn more about Kiawah’s local ecology. Historical information is also presented within the tour, as you will be guided to several locations associated with the Island’s plantation-era days.
As you follow the tour and learn more about Kiawah, please keep in mind that enjoying this pristine environment is not for us alone. Plant and animal life only thrive in a balanced ecosystem. The Kiawah Conservancy works to preserve this delicate balance that provides haven for our native flora, habitat for wildlife and the opportunity for residents and guests to enjoy the natural wonders this special place affords. - See more at: http://travelstorysgps.com/tsg---naturally-kiawah-pathways.html#sthash.oU4HPvf5.dpuf