|(l to r) Natalie Tarpein, Bill Salisbury, Jerry Kociuruba, Amy Litz on nature trail|
As an organization, Lowcountry RC&D sells year-old seed to individuals who wish to plant feed plots for wildlife. Any profits are distributed to projects aimed at teaching students about the environment. Previous Lowcountry RC&D grants to the education department at Francis Beidler Forest have gone toward the purchase of iPod Touches and binoculars (see below), which also have been used with ARHS students during various on-campus visits.
|Ms. Tarpein and class learning birding basics|