Fall Membership Outing
Time & Location
About the Event
Join the Glynn Environmental Coalition for our Fall Membership Outing, on October 8th, 2021! This month, we are heading to Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation for a Cultural History tour.
This plantation represents the history and culture of Georgia’s rice coast. In the early 1800s, using enslaved African-American laborers, William Brailsford of Charleston carved a rice plantation from marshes along the Altamaha River. A short film on the plantation’s history will be shown before visitors are treated to a brief interpretive instruction. Faye Cowart, DNR Interpretive Ranger, will share stories she has collected on African American descendants of the slaves over the years (Gullah/Geechee). Guests will then visit the museum on-site before taking walking a short trail to the antebellum home. A guided tour allows visitors to see the home as the family kept it with heirlooms, 18th and 19th-century furniture, and Cantonese china. The site also includes a nature trail that leads back to the Visitor Center along the edge of the marsh where rice once flourished
This field trip is FREE for members of our Annual Membership Community. To join our membership community or renew your membership visit glynnenvironmental.org/membership!
- You must have a valid membership to attend this event. We will contact you after you RSVP to confirm your membership status, and/or advise you on how to join or renew.
- Due to concerns for COVID-19, this event is limited to 25 participants, therefore RSVPs are required. Face masks are also mandatory.
Meet at Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation
1 hour 45 minutes