“Feathered Friends of the Rice Planters: Waterfowl Conservation in the Nineteenth-Century Lowcountry” Program


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December 6: “Feathered Friends of the Rice Planters: Waterfowl Conservation in the Nineteenth-Century Lowcountry” program for ages 12 and older with Matthew Lockhart, editor of South Carolina Historical Magazine, at the Coastal Discovery Museum, 3 p.m. Lockhart will discuss the social, economic, and environmental factors that created an early culture of waterfowl conservation on the rice plantations and, in conclusion, touch on how the effects of the war led to its demise. 70 Honey Horn Dr. Reservations are required. (843) 689-6767 ext. or coastaldiscovery.org.