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Paper sign in foreground stating Spartina Planting is taking place at Kingsley Plantation shoreline with palm trees in background Admission to MOSH is free on this day courtesy of the Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board.

Come join Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve at MOSH to learn how the National Park Service protects historic structures using living shorelines. Through a hands-on activity, you’ll be able to see the real benefits of living shorelines and why they are great for the environment. You’ll also be able to design your own living shoreline to display at home!

This activity is presented by the National Park Service and held as part of our 20th anniversary exhibition at MOSH.

TPF will also present its Wetlands Enviroscape model where you can learn how to protect our waterways no matter how far you may be from them.

Thank you to Berry & Co. Real Estate for sponsoring the engagement activities for the “Celebrate & Explore Our Wilderness Parks” 20th anniversary exhibition. Visit our 20th anniversary celebration page for the schedule of other activities.

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