Preserving Georgia's Coast. Forever.

In Georgia, we have a hidden treasure, 100 miles long. 100 Miles protects, preserves, and enhances our shared treasure. We have deep knowledge in the unique needs of our coast, abundant experience in effective coastal preservation, the strength and dedication to engage powerful interests, and the resources needed to address our coast’s needs all along its full 100 miles.

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News and Events

Why does Georgia’s marsh matter to YOU?

October 9, 2014

Whether we value the marsh for recreation, wildlife habitat, or just as a scenic backdrop for an evening walk, Georgia’s marshes are one of our coast’s signature landscapes. They deserve our pride – and our protection. Let’s stand together to show our state representatives why #OurMarshMatters. You can download your own marshie and read about the efforts underway …..

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Coming Soon: Our New Website!

October 7, 2014

We are proud to unveil our brand new website in just a few short weeks! Our new site will feature our treasured coast and the people, places, and wildlife that make our 100 miles such a special place to call home. We’ll also spotlight our advocacy in action, along with opportunities to donate, join as …..

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Saving Sacred Places

September 15, 2014

Now that I have the attention of the public by sleeping in extant slave dwellings, it is time to wake up and deliver the message that the people who lived in these structures were not a footnote in American history.               Joseph McGill By Joseph McGill, founder The Slave Dwelling …..

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Upcoming Events

St Simons Land Trust Annual Oyster Roast
Gascoigne Park, St Simons Island
Sat. Nov. 22; 5 to 8pm
Join your friends at this fun oyster-filled event to benefit the SSLT!
$50/members and $75/non-members

Feast of the Coastal Wild
Coastal Wildscapes Member Appreciation Oyster Roast
Join us for a relaxing evening with good food and great company
Dec. 6 at the home of Linda Lamb and Paul Griffin
RSVP at info@coastalwildscapes.org

Charles Seabrook speaks about Salt marsh
Presented by College of Coastal Georgia
Stembler Theatre - Brunswick Campus
Session begins at 3pm
Conservation Biology poster session at 2pm

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