Lisa Rider is the Executive Director for Coastal Carolina Riverwatch (CCR), which serves Crystal Coast and White Oak River communities. Rider speaks to how COVID-19 is affecting their organization’s signature environmental education programs. Amidst social distancing, new methods for educating communities about clean waterways are emerging.
One Community’s Environmental Education during Covid-19
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