As we finalize plans for the Fall 2020 season, check back for an updated listing of lectures and field trips!Fall-2020-Newsletter-Part_I
The Lowcountry Chapter is pleased to offer two opportunities for grant funding during the 2019-2020 program year. For the first time, we will be dividing project types into school projects (up to $500 maximum award) and community projects (up to $1,000 maximum award). Please review the criteria below and contact Mary Conley with any questions or submissions.School-Project-Criteria_FINAL_August-2019-1
Presenters: Sharleen Johnson, Kim Morganello, Jeff Jackson
Free and open to the public. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Please RSVP on our Eventbrite link below so we can get a head count! A 20-minute presentation will begin at 6:15 pm, with networking, info table, and door prizes before and after. Join us as we share information about South Carolina’s delightful diversity of native plants and help more people appreciate the vital role native plant species play in the health and sustainability of our natural ecosystems. Charleston Green Drinks meets the 3rd week of the month at various locations, with a different environmental organization hosting each month.
Saturday, March 16, 9 am – 12 noon
(SCNPS Members can start shopping at 8:30; volunteers can shop at 8:15.)
Charles Towne Landing parking lot, 1500 Old Towne Road, Charleston 29407
We have a great selection of native plants with many hard-to-find species — colorful perennials, shrubs, trees, grasses, ferns and edibles. Cash, check, or credit card accepted. Admission to the plant sale is free. If you wish to explore Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, please pay admission in the Visitor Center.
Exact quantities and species may change prior to the plant sale; we will do our best to keep this list accurate. If you have other questions, please contact Eddie Bernard ([email protected] or 843-270-1112)2019-SCNPS-Spring-Native-Plant-Sale-plant-list
The Lowcountry Chapter will accept applications for community project grants until February 1, 2019. Please note that the point of contact for these projects has changed — please be sure to correspond with Mary Conley with any questions or applications.