Hurricane Matthew Recovery Service Project
Skidaway Island State Park
Join The Georgia Conservancy, Georgia State Parks and The Department of Natural Resources for a Hurricane Recovery Service Project at Skidaway Island State Park on Sunday, March 26 from 1:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The focus of the service project will be to remove dock debris from the marsh and restore trails at Skidaway Island State Park. It will consist of heavy lifting and a lot of mud, but it should make for a fun and interesting day.
- When: Sunday, March 26, 1 PM - 5PM.
- Where: Skidaway Island State Park
- Project Details: Cutting, hauling and removal of debris from campground areas
- What to bring: Please bring plenty of water, long pant & shirt, and closed-toed shoes.
- Weather: RAIN or SHINE. We will provide updates as the project date nears.
This is a free service project. You do not have to register an account with Xorbia to reserve a space. Click "Purchase Tickets" to RSVP for free.
If you have questions or comments, please contact Georgia Conservancy Coastal Intern Sarah Webb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Skidaway Hurricane Relief Project is one of many service projects coordinated by the Georgia Conservancy to support the restoration of recreation resources in coastal Georgia after Hurricane Matthew.