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Call (912) 580-6939 or email to join an event or if you have any questions.


One Hundred Miles 2nd Annual 
Spartini Cocktails for our Coast 
Contest runs every day from March 15 – April 30

Kicking off today and lasting until April 30th, One Hundred Miles is proud to partner with 19 local restaurants across our coast to highlight the significance of coastal Georgia’s natural ecosystems.

Each restaurant has created their own coastal-inspired cocktail: ‘The Spartini!’ For every Spartini purchased, $1 is donated to support OHM’s work to protect Georgia’s 100-mile coast. 

What to do: 
Stop by each restaurant between 3/15 and 4/30
Drink their limited-edition Spartini
Vote for your favorites on our website

This year’s participating restaurants are spread out across our coast. We encourage you to stop by and support all of these fantastic local businesses!


Savannah’s Art March!
April 8, 2017 (6-10pm)
OHM Savannah Office
2424 Drayton Street, Unit B

Join us in celebrating the opening of our new office in Savannah! Come meet our staff, mingle and enjoy drinks and light hors d’oeuvres.

We’ll be showcasing our Reusable Totes for the Coast artist designs. To help raise awareness about the negative effects plastic pollution has on our coast, One Hundred MilesBring Your Own Bag Project, and the community of Tybee Island hosted a Reusable Bag Design Contest. The winner will have their design featured on more than 5,000 reusable totes which will be given to coastal Georgia businesses to help replace single-use plastic bags!

Learn more about our efforts to curb plastic pollution, one reusable bag at a time at www.OneHundredMiles.org/ChooseToReuse


March for Science – Brunswick and Savannah
Earth Day, April 22, 2017

Join us! On April 22, we are co-organizing a March for Science through the streets of Brunswick and Savannah.

This Earth Day, join the global effort to defend the vital public service role science plays in our coastal communities and our world. Science serves all of us. It protects our air and water, preserves our planet, saves lives with medical treatments, creates new industries, puts food on our tables, educates the next generation, and safeguards our future.

We’ll need volunteers to join our poster making party and help rally coastal citizens to march with us! If you’re interested in volunteering or want more information, email Catherine for Brunswick updates and Paulita, for Savannah.


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