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From Seeds to Shoreline®: Engaging Students in Salt Marsh Restoration
 
From Seeds to Shoreline®:
Engaging Students in Salt Marsh Restoration


Spartina AlternifloraFrom Seeds to Shoreline® (S2S) is South Carolina’s only salt marsh restoration program designed for students! By getting your school involved in cultivating and transplanting young seedlings of salt marsh grass, your students will not only learn about the importance of this critical coastal ecosystem, but they will be helping restore areas of salt marsh. There’s no better way to learn, serve our local communities, and have fun in the process!

The program was launched by the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium in 2011 in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Clemson University Cooperative Extension and serves K-12 students and teachers from across the state. To learn more about the program or salt marshes in general, please select from the links below:

Salt Marsh Lessons, Activities, and Resources:

Check out our NEW Guide to the Salt Marshes and Tidal Creeks in the Southeastern United States by visiting www.saltmarshguide.org. Associated lesson plans (designed by teachers) can be found here.


NEW! Spartina poster! Download PDF copies:

Spartinia poster


NEW!
Salt Marsh Activity Book! Download a PDF copy.

                

Questions about the program? Please contact E.V. Bell, Marine Education Specialist, at ev.bell@scseagrant.org


Last updated: 2/8/2017 2:04:47 PM
From Seeds to Shoreline®: Engaging Students in Salt Marsh Restoration

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