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Support our oceans and fisheries with an evening of the best seafood you’ve never tried!
Charleston’s first ever Trash Fish Dinner will be held on Thursday, June 5 at 6 p.m. at Lowndes Grove Plantation.
Since early 2013, Chefs Collaborative has been holding Trash Fish Dinners around the country to bring attention to undervalued and underutilized species of fish. From scup to Asian carp, dogfish to lionfish, by encouraging chefs and diners to focus on fish […]
Join us in celebrating the planet that provides us with fresh air, clean water, and amazing animals every day – Earth! This Earth Day, we’re telling Mother Earth that we love her by throwing a fabulous Party for the Planet.
Stop by one of our Education Stations to get conservation tips from the experts. Learn about the effects of climate change on our world and what you can do about it. Discover the magic of […]
Ahhh April….the start of spring and new beginnings – and a great time to start thinking about the healthy, sustainable, and LOCAL choices you can make in your life! Lowcountry Local First “Eat Local Month” began with a bang April 1, challenging lowcountry residents to dedicate $10 or more of their food budgets to locally sourced foods! Events continue throughout the month. A great and delicious way to jump on board is to enjoy […]
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The South Carolina Aquarium is the Spring Destination for Mermaid Fun and Fantasy.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — March 26, 2014 — Once the subject of sea lore and myth, live mermaids are making a splash at the South Carolina Aquarium this spring break. For a limited time, The World Famous mermaids of Weeki Wachee Springs State Park will swim amongst the sea life in the Aquarium’s Great Ocean Tank, bringing legend […]