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40th Anniversary Event Details

Wildness on the Water, Wambaw Creek Wilderness

What: In celebration of National Public Lands and the 40th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, join naturalist/guides and paddle the nationally recognized Wambaw Creek Kayak and Canoe Trail. Travel back through time and explore this black-water ecosystem where plantations were built and rice was cultivated. Stop in at Sewee Center for additional information and to view a new display featuring the Wilderness lands of South Carolina.
When: September 19, 2004
Where: Wambaw Creek Wilderness
Contact: For more information and to register for the float trip, call the Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center, 843-928-3368. Contact person for this event is Janna Larson, 843-928-3368.

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