Sweet Georgia Shrimp

Coastal Georgians love their white shrimp and for good reason. Boiled, fried, or sauced—these delicious shellfish are a highlight for hungry diners at hundreds of restaurants from Savannah to St. Mary’s. They are also….

Keeping Cultural History Alive

Cultural history is very much alive at Georgia’s Sapelo Island Reserve, home to Hog Hammock, a private Gullah-Geechie community living on the otherwise state-owned island. The Hog Hammock residents are direct descendants of slaves who lived and toiled on the island in...

NERRS Data Supports Atlantic Study

Data from the 110 NERRS  monitoring stations supports research around the country. Photo courtesy of the North Carolina Reserves. A warming world could have a chilling effect on the relationship between parasites and their hosts, according to a recent study from the...
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