THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO FORECASTED RAIN
Saturday, February 11, 11am-1pm
1624 W. Carolina Ave., Hartsville, SC
Bring Your Own Lunch
About the EventTeachers, environmental educators, and those who communicate about environmental issues are invited to gather for this special networking and professional development event at Kalmia Gardens in Hartsville.
Dan Hill, Kalmia Gardens Director and SC's Environmental Educator of the Year, will lead a garden tour from 11am-noon. Bring a bagged lunch to enjoy during a facilitated networking session from noon-1pm. Wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and closed toed shoes to navigate stairs, hills, and woodland trails.
About Kalmia GardensLocated in the Pee Dee region on a former plantation, Kalmia Gardens is a 35-acre public botanical garden and historic house open to the public. Kalmia Gardens boasts a wide array of rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas, tea-olives, dogwood and the Gardens’ namesake — Kalmia latifolia, the Mountain Laurel. Kalmia Gardens is part of the scenic S.C. Cotton Trail and is the gateway to the 796-acre Segars-McKinnon Heritage Preserve.
About EEASCEnvironmental Education Association of SC (EEASC) is a professional nonprofit organization that connects, supports, and equips educators to promote environmental stewardship.
Questions?Contact Executive Director Keith Willoughby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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