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Its time to lead for our coast!

November 22, 2016
Mark your calendars! On Saturday, January 7th, come out to the 1st Annual Coastal Conservation in Action: Choosing to Lead conference on Jekyll Island for a full day of interactive workshops, engaging panel discussions, and a keynote address by OCEARCH Founding Chairman and Expedition Leader Chris Fischer.
 
Come together with volunteers, students, artists, faith-based leaders, educators, elected officials, and others in celebration of Georgia’s coastal resources and the power of individual action. Whether you’re a writer, historical preservationist, wildlife or cleanup volunteer, hunter or fisherman, a concerned member of your local neighborhood group, or anything in between – if you love Georgia’s one-of-a-kind coast, this conference is for YOU!
 
Check out the conference workshops and schedule here. The full slate of presenters and conference sponsors will be posted soon.
 
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Online registration is quick and easy.
Go to http://ow.ly/b68M306lLZs for the special early bird pricing!
$55/adult and $45/student. (Hurry – early registration ends December 15th!) Each ticket includes admission to all workshops, a catered lunch, and a reusable bag with conference materials and giveaways. Conference sponsorships are also available.
 
The day will end with the inaugural One Hundred Miles 100 celebration – a time to recognize 100 individuals, past and present, who’ve made a difference for our coast. Join us for hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and a special Conservation Conversation panel with several of our honorees. The OHM100 reception is free and open to conference attendees as well as the general public.
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