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How Do I Get Involved in S2S?

Getting involved in the From Seeds to Shoreline program requires you to attend a free, one-day summer training. This training is designed to equip you with the programmatic and educational resources you’ll need to implement the program in your school for the upcoming academic school year. Once you attend the training, your assigned S2S partner will work with you throughout the year with each step of the program: sending out reminders, helping you troubleshoot, and planning your spring Restoration Day.

From Seeds to Shoreline® Teacher Trainings
Registration Now Open

Deadline to Apply: June 30, 2018

New Teachers: August 8, 2018 from 9 AM to 5 PM (South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Marine Resources Division, James Island, SC

Register for the New Teacher Workshop

Veteran Teachers: August 9, 2018 from 10 AM – 4 PM (Pinckney National Wildlife Refuge, Bluffton, SC)

Register for the Veteran Teacher Workshop

Is your school interested in becoming involved in South Carolina’s only student-driven salt marsh restoration program? The From Seeds to Shoreline® program is coordinated by the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Clemson Extension and provides students and teachers with the opportunity to cultivate and transplant Spartina alterniflora (smooth cord grass/marsh grass) to areas along the coastline. For more information on the program, please visit
Please email EV Bell with questions.

Last updated: 5/8/2018 12:30:56 PM
How Do I Get Involved in S2S?


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