Tag Archives: US Fish & Wildlife & Service
Learning and Celebrating the Sea @GullahGeechee
My spirit gets dehydrated at times no matter where I am and the ocean or at least a body of water seems to call me to it. When I get to the water, the dehydration is quenched. This week is a critical time for carefully going to the water since June 8th is World Oceans Day, this is Rip Current Awareness Week, and this is US Fishing Week.
Coastal Cultures Conference 2016: Gwine ta de Wata: Gullah/Geechee & Sea Island Sustainability
Cum fa yeddi frum we bout Gwine ta de Wata: Gullah/Geechee & Sea Island Sustainability at de 4th Coastal Cultures Conference at de St. Helena Library!
Gullah/Geechee Journey to Sandy Island with Queen Quet
Sandy Island, SC consist of 9000 acres of land on which one can see 4 different Sea Island habitats. Due to the vision of Mr. Washington who was a driver on the Carolina Gold rice plantations there, the Gullah/Geechees that descend from the island own approximately 250 acres of this property to this day. The …
Queen Quet Presents for the US Wildlife Refuge System for Black History Month
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation was the special guests of the United States Wildlife Refuge System and the US Fish & Wildlife Service at their headquarters in Atlanta, GA. Tune in to the Gullah/Geechee TV coverage of this event: