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  • Earth Day event held on the Waccamaw River

    The Waccamaw River Keeper of the Winyah Rivers Foundation hosted an Earth Day event on the riverfront in Conway on Saturday. The River Walk and Paddle for Science featured natural education booths set up on the riverwalk by partner groups, and free kayak tours of the Waccamaw with participants encouraged to pick up any trash they found along the river. Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Earth Day event held on the Waccamaw River

The Waccamaw River Keeper of the Winyah Rivers Foundation hosted an Earth Day event on the riverfront in Conway on Saturday. The River Walk and Paddle for Science featured natural education booths set up on the riverwalk by partner groups, and free kayak tours of the Waccamaw with participants encouraged to pick up any trash they found along the river. Saturday, April 22, 2017.