Moveable Feast – Coastal SC Fish & Game: History, Culture & Conservation

Join us at this benefit for the Winyah Rivers Alliance, tickets include a gift basket for each attendee. Few people are familiar with the full history that shaped and preserved the fish and wildlife of coastal South Carolina. From Native Americans to the early colonists to plantation owners and their slaves to market hunters and commercial fishermen, all viewed fish and wildlife as limitless. Through time, however, overharvesting led to population declines, and the public demanded conservation. The process that produced fish and game laws, wardens and wildlife refuges was complex and often involved conflict, but synergy and cooperation ultimately produced one of the most extensive conservation systems on the East Coast.

This Moveable Feast featuring James Luken is hosted by CLASS to benefit the Winyah Rivers Alliance which monitors and maintains the health of the extensive river network in our region. $50 includes donation and river art gift basket.

To register, please visit this link: https://classatpawleys.com/feast.php?id=956

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