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527 - Sandy Island ... forever


Instructor: Linda Ketron, editor & Anne Malarich, photography editor
Dates: Sep 1, 2020 to Jan 1, 1970
Time: From 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Materials:
Class Cost: $40.00
Is Class Open? yes
Description: A team of essayists, photographers, artists and editors completed the three-year project to capture in words and images the world of Sandy Island, one of America's largest, undeveloped islands. The intent is to provide a satisfying armchair appreciation of what has been preserved and why it matters. Sample the rich history of Sandy Island with Susan Hoffer McMillan, the Huntington/Brookgreen Garden connection to the island with Robin R. Salmon, the people of Sandy Island with Vennie Deas Moore, how the efforts of multiple individuals and agencies guaranteed the conservation of the island with Virginia and Dana Beach, and a natural history tour of Sandy Island with Linda Ketron and Anne Malarich.
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