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Attend the Public Turtle Workshop at the Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting in Myrtle Beach!

Turtle Ambassadors: How Citizens Can Aid in Sea Turtle Conservation

February 13, 2018 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes 


**This workshop is not open to SERSTM registrants, only members of the general public.**

Join us for a special free workshop that’s open solely to the general public! It will engage citizens and share with them ideas on how they can become active participants in sea turtle conservation. They will listen to speakers from several organizations and learn ways to lend a hand and have a voice. Participants will be provided educational materials and swag bags. This workshop will be run from 9 am – 12 noon on Tuesday, February 13, 2018.  For more information or to RSVP for this free workshop, please contact Rebecca Mott at and check out the official SERSTM WORKSHOP FLYER.

We want to be able to give people the tools to participate in conservation in their daily lives.  The topics we will be tackling are:

Marine Debris (Ocean Conservancy)- how to track trash on the mobile app

Turtle-friendly Lighting (Sea Turtle Conservancy)- how to create turtle-friendly lighting for your home

Local Nesting Work (Myrtle Beach State Park)- what nesting looks like on your local beach and how you can help

Sustainable Seafood (SC Aquarium)- how to choose wisely what goes on your plate

You can also get more information on the official Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting (SERSTM) website Don’t forget to contact Rebecca Mott at to RSVP!