|Susan Kammeraad-Campbell, Larry and Rosie Price, Carl Coffin|
|This map educates about a VERY important natural resource|
Turning the pages of this book is like cruising down this secretive black water river, where a different discovery of nature awaits around each and every bend. Wildlife abounds on these pages, and a naturalist in training could learn a great deal by flipping between the water insects, waterfowl and wasps found wafting in the current and breezes associated with river life. A message of conservation permeated the lecture, inspiring a productive question and answer session with the Friends of the Library afterward, with Mrs. Price urging all citizens with land holdings along the river to become educated about what role they can play concerning the future of the ecosystem.
To read the feature article in the newspaper click on Colletonian.
To view past blog entries about the Edisto River click on ACE Basin 25th Anniversary - Kayak Trip - Gator Hunt - Saltwater Paddling Trail
To view past book reviews click on Tall Timbers - Red Knot - Audubon's Aviary - Lefty Kreh - Guy Harvey - Year of the Pig- Shrimp, Collards and Grits - Passion of the Wild - Kayak Fishing - Longleaf Alliance