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Dynamic Dewees 2019 by Leslie Sautter, Ph.D., This Sunday


Leslie Reynolds Sautter, Ph.D.
Director, Project Oceanica (Transect, GUSTO and BEAMS Programs)
Dept. of Geology and Environmental Geosciences
College of Charleston,  Charleston, SC  29424

Friend of Dewees over 16 years of geomorphology, monitoring our shores

Featured Speaker: Sunday, March 24th

10:45am  in the Huyler House

Dynamic Dewees 2019

Watch twenty years of change – 1989 to 2019 – from Osprey Walk to the far northeast point, as the shifting sands define our beach.

Fascinating history through photographs, explains the dynamics of our current Timicau breach.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Leslie Sautter’s expertise as educator and marine geologist

There will be a Sunday cup of coffee and a nibble awaiting you!

Dewees Island Marina Boat Slip Available for Lease

Dear Owners,

Now is a perfect time to get your boat ready for boating season and the summer months ahead! We have two boat slips available to our owners for lease conveniently located at the Dewees Island Marina. B1 and B7, both are 20′ boat slips. 

If you are interested in leasing a boat slip for the remainder of 2019, please contact me for more info! Slips will be leased on a first come, first served basis. 

Sincerely,

Catherine 
843.568.3992
catherine@deweesislandsc.com 

Become a CoCoRaHS Observer, Volunteer Opportunity with DNR

Citizen Science Opportunity with DNR.

Do you enjoy watching the weather?  If so, consider becoming an observer!  The SCDNR’s State Climatology Office always has a need for a greater number of volunteer citizen-scientist weather observers.  Sign up and join hundreds around the country in gathering weather data used by various local, state and federal agencies! These observations were extremely helpful to the SCDNR Climatology Office and U.S. National Weather Service during Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Matthew and the historic flood of October 2015.

The more observations, the clearer the picture, the better the understanding of where it did and did not rain.  For more information please visit http://www.dnr.sc.gov/climate/sco/