When: Feb. 18-20 2016
Why does the Georgia Coast matter? The Ossabaw Island Foundation, Armstrong State University, and Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History hope to answer that question over the course of a three-day symposium. Discover how 5,000 years of people and cultures influenced, and were shaped by, Georgia’s 100 mile coastline of barrier islands and lowcountry. Learn how changing landscapes on Georgia’s coastal plain reflect the interaction of different visions and cultures with the natural environment.
Price: $50 all three days, individual lectures $10