pre- and post-conference

pre- and post-conference

ESTC 2011 Pre-Conference Tour: Waddell Mariculture Center

Waddell Mariculture Center

The Waddell Mariculture Center (WMC) is a field experiment station of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). The Center was constructed in 1983-84 to develop propagation and farming techniques for marine and brackish water species of finfish, mollusks, crustaceans and plants. In addition to developing techniques for commercial aquaculture, the center produces juvenile fish for use in fishery management and stock evaluation by the Marine Resources Division. The Center is one of the country's largest and most sophisticated facilities for mariculture research, which focuses on the farming of plants and animals in saltwater, seeks to develop propagation and farming techniques for marine and brackish water species of finfish, mollusks, crustaceans and plants.

 

Beaufort County, South Carolina: Salt Marshes and Wildlife from an Egret's-Eye View

Beaufort Kayak Tours: More Than Just a Paddle!

"Each day on the water is different and unique, and brings its own set of surprises," says David and Kim, owners of Beaufort Kayak Tours. "A dolphin breaking the water's surface for a breath, a skimmer parting the creek with its bill, an osprey catching a fish, millions of fiddler crabs waving their claws at each other; all of this and more awaits them on each tour." Three things that are key to Beaufort Kayak Tours are:

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