The Coastal Conservation Association's TOPWATER ACTION campaign is calling for volunteers to help recycle the shell at the Sullivan's Island Fire Department Nov. 14 from 5 to 8. This annual event is always fun and is sure to draw a crowd, and CCA members and other volunteers are invited to help gather this leftover shell - which is the very first step in the recycling process. The shell will be returned to the estuary at a later date where a new oyster bed will be started in an effort to keep oysters as a renewable natural resource. Go ahead and call Gary Keisler for more information about how to help out - 843-696-6274.
To view past blog entries on the CCA Topwater Action Campaign click here.
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