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Glynn County Seafood Consumption Advisory
Saturday, April 22 - Electronics Recycling & More Event, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Glynn Place Mall – JC Penney end of parking lot. See flyer for a full list of recyclables and other services..
Friday, May 5 - GEC 1st Friday Lunch, Olive Garden, 11 AM, Olive Garden Restaurant, 600 Glynn Isles, Brunswick. Alex Kearns, Chair of the St. Marys EarthKeepers, helped create an organization to actively inform, encourage, and galvanize the residents of St Marys and Camden County into environmental stewardship. Alex will share an overview of the Earthkeepers’ achievements over the last 9 years, current issues, and future challenges.
Friday, June 2 - GEC 1st Friday Lunch, Olive Garden, 11 AM, Olive Garden Restaurant, 600 Glynn Isles, Brunswick. Ashby Nix with The Nature Conservancy is speaking about the concept of Coastal Resilience and using nature and nature based solutions to help coastal Georgia communities reduce their risks to coastal hazards such as storm surge, sea level rise, and other coastal flooding issues.
Friday, July 7 - GEC 1st Friday Lunch, Olive Garden, 11 AM, Olive Garden Restaurant, 600 Glynn Isles, Brunswick. Jason Lee Nongame Conservation Section Program Manager with DNR’s Wildlife Resources Division, is giving a presentation on Altama Plantation and the history of the 4,000-acre nature preserve outside Brunswick which opened to the public a year ago. He will also share information on its natural resources, what makes the property a biological gem, and what the property means for state wildlife goals.
Our Activities, Causes & Campaigns
GEC is a community nonprofit organization committed to assuring a clean environment and healthy economy for citizens of Coastal Georgia as well as a safe and healthy place to live and raise our families. We are called to act, whether serving you through ongoing activities, an organizational cause or long-term campaign, we are your advocates for environmental health.
We do this through a broad range of activities in areas such as: Community Organizing; Technical Assistance; Water Quality; Air Quality; Education; Public Hearings; Lobbying Efforts; Clean-Ups; and Superfund Work.
We work to preserve your right to information and input into the decisions that affect our lives so GEC’s advocacy has even expanded to include governmental oversight and environmental justice. Our activities, causes and campaigns empower Glynn County citizens and others who love our home and care enough to act on its behalf.
Since we are you, your neighbor and anyone else interested in the environmental and cultural health of Glynn County, someone somewhere is collectively working on your behalf 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We invite your inquiry into anything we do—better yet, join us and help us ensure a healthier present and better future for the environmental health of Glynn County.
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