Wild Amelia Presentation on Cumberland Island

Wild Amelia Presentation on Cumberland Island

Learn about the conservation efforts of Wild Cumberland on our sister barrier island. Wild Amelia’s October Wild Nite presentation welcomes Jessica Howell-Edwards, Executive Director of Wild Cumberland. It will be at the historic Peck Center on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m.

Jessica Howell-Edwards is a lifelong Georgia resident and mom of four who currently resides in DeKalb County (just outside Atlanta). She offers more than two decades of journalism, marketing, and activism experience—but most importantly, a passion for protecting the native ecology of Cumberland Island.

Jessica had her first wilderness experience on Cumberland Island more than 25 years ago; she often describes it as “transformative” and currently serves as executive director of Wild Cumberland, a grassroots group working to ensure Cumberland Island remains protected.

Wild Cumberland is a nonprofit dedicated to protecting the wilderness, native species, and the ecology of Cumberland Island.

For more information: 904-261-0165 or https://wildamelia.org/Wild_Nites.html


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