Educational Programs

Students show off their S.C. Junior Duck Stamp Contest entries.

Every day, the staff and board members of SCDNR, along with counterparts in neighboring states, are tasked with the protection and management of our natural resources. This informal discussion among some of these most dedicated stewards will provide insight into current issues, highlight recent success stories and offer an exchange of ideas. Open to SEWE ticket and badge holders.

2-3:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 12, Charleston Museum, 360 Meeting St.

SEWE’s Kids for Conservation program promotes wildlife and environmental conservation awareness in tri-county youth. Visit the KFC display at the Charleston County Public Library to see the artistic poster (grades 1-5), poetry and photo (grades 6-8) and birdhouse (grades 9-12) entries.

Charleston County Public Library, 68 Calhoun St.

Once again, SEWE partnered with SCDNR and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife for the 2016 S.C. Junior Duck Stamp Contest, sponsored annually by South Carolina Ducks Unlimited. Combining science and art, this program teaches K-12 students about waterfowl and wetlands conservation. Visit the library to view the winning Junior Duck Stamp artwork and the S.C. “Best of Show.”

Charleston County Public Library, 68 Calhoun St.