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Two-night stay for two guests on our private, 11,000-acre barrier island. The package includes boat transfers, meals, activities, equipment usage, gratuities, and taxes. Accommodations are based upon availability. Not valid for Fridays, Saturdays or holidays. Minimum stay requirements may apply. Expiration of certificate or cancellation of reservation within 45 days of scheduled arrival render this certificate null and void. Not for resale. Expires: 11/30/2021
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Michelle Anderson Highest Bidder
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This mid-weight quilt was hand made by Judy Brotherton. 60 hours of work went into this queen size quilt measuring 72 by 86 inches. Pattern design from the studio of Nancy Mink.  
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Mary Sanders Highest Bidder
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This custom made quilt is a delightful composition of many scenes of ocean life.  The colors are vibrant and very cheery.  Suitable for cool winter evenings yet light enough for summer evenings, this lap quilt is perfect for year round use.  Ann is a member of the Coastal Georgia Quilting Guild. Size is 91 x 74". 
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Kris Rice Highest Bidder
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Organized for easy use in the field, this abundantly illustrated guide, with more than 400 color photographs, is the first to cover Georgia's dragonflies and damselflies (odonates). It details more than 150 species―species that are also the ones most likely to be seen throughout the U.S. Southeast north of Florida.
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Louis Kudon Highest Bidder
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Platter with wave design. Food, dishwasher, and oven safe.
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Laura Early Highest Bidder
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3 fine art prints of oysters found on St. Simons beaches. Original medium used was watercolors. Size is 16" tall and 12" wide. Printed on archival canvas textured paper.
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Marion Savic Highest Bidder
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5 pewter pins from the George G Harris' Wildlife Collection. Styles include, Red Drum mini and regular size, horseshoe crab, starfish, and oyster. The beautiful creations are the perfect accent to any outfit.
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Ashby Worley Highest Bidder
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A set of four natural dinner napkins and four oyster shell napkin rings. Locally made by Dot & Army.
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Ashby Worley Highest Bidder
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Spend the day exploring the habitats of your choice with a naturalist from Sapelo Island. The trip is for (2) and can be scheduled at your convenience with island staff. See places off the beaten path and enjoy the beauty of Sapelo Island.
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Basket with two bottles of high quality wine, several books on the Golden Isles and $50 gift card to Mullet Bay Restaurant on St. Simons Island.
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Two person 2 hour Kayak Tour leaving from the Brunswick Southeast Adventure Outfiters location. Learn the basic skills of sea kayaking while exploring the scenic “Marshes of Glynn.” Launching from our private dock, this trip is an easy and informative way to discover why kayaking is one of the fastest growing sports today.
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Kevin Kiernan Highest Bidder
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Swag bag of classic On the Fly Outfitters items such as a t-shirt, hat, koozie and more.
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Ashby Worley Highest Bidder
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Orginal 12x16 oil painiting on canvas board by artist Raven Waters.
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Wanda Steele Highest Bidder
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This bonsai grove of 3 Bald Cypress trees was created by Coastal WildScapes member David Cheney. Expertly planted in a blue ceramic bowl these trees with proper care will delight for decades to come. Bonsai is an artform that celebrates the natural form and this selection will bring a piece of the Cypress Swamp to your home or patio. The bonsai is currently in downtown Brunswick and the winning bidder will need to arrange pickup. 
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Candace Coburn Highest Bidder
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Hand made one of a kind set of earings and necklace made by Coastal WildScapes chairman Eamonn Leonard. 
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Carol Denhof Highest Bidder
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Richland Estate cordially invites you and a guest for a VIP tour of our Downtown Brunswick Rum Distillery followed by a tasting of our Award winning Rum. 
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LU BURGER Highest Bidder
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An excellent shade tree growing 60-110' native to bottomland forests of the Coastal Plain. The common name referes to the bark's similar appearance to that of Black Cherry. Fast growth rate with acrons valuable to wildlife. Full sun to Part shade. Wildlife uses: many wildlife species use its acorns as food. Oaks produce many insects that are imortant for birds raising young. 
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Kris Rice Highest Bidder
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A native oak with thin elongated leaves. Grows in a wide range of conditions from medium to wet soils, sun to light shade. Relatively fast growth rate up to 75' tall. Low maintenance and tolerant of urban pollution. These three trees are in 3 gallon containers. 
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Janisse Ray Highest Bidder
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A large shade tree growing up to 60' tall native to silty floodplains, swampy areas, rich sandy lowland woods along streams in coastal Georgia. The shiny oval, unlobed chestnut like leaves have large, rounded teeth and turn yellow to vibrant red in the fall. Full sun to part shade. Dry to moist soil. These tress are in 3 gallon pots. 
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NO. 119
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Oil Painting of a beach dune scene measure 13"x10" with a decorative rope framing the image. 
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Donna Bunn Highest Bidder
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Orignal16 x 20 oil painting on canvas board Raven Waters.
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Ashley Raybould Highest Bidder
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Original 14x14" oil painting on canvas board Raven Waters.
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Eden Landow Highest Bidder
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This is an incredible book by artist and permaculture practitioner Cynthia Dill, who farmed in southern Georgia. This book is the result of years of research and experimentation into perennials that grow in Zone 8. Some of these are native, some are not. Some are fruits and nuts that you never heard of. This book is a wealth of information. A page or two is dedicated to each plant, and the page includes illustrations, also by Dill. If you are a gardener, a grower, a foodie, a permaculturist, a survivalist, a homesteader, a DIYer, or simply someone interested in becoming more sustainable, this is the book for you. Although "Georgia" is in the title, it is apropos for Zone 8 regions of Florida, South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, etc. It's a wonderful, wonderful book.
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Laura Evans Highest Bidder
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Chronicles the author's return to her grandmother's northern Appling County, Georgia farm and offers stories of the community and longleaf pine ecosystem she left seventeen years ago, and the changes she found upon her return.
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Janisse Ray was a babe in arms when a boat of her father’s construction cracked open and went down in the mighty Altamaha River. Tucked in a life preserver, she washed onto a sandbar as the craft sank from view. That first baptism began a lifelong relationship with a stunning and powerful river that almost nobody knows.
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Pam Gerardi Highest Bidder
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There is no despair in a seed. There's only life, waiting for the right conditions-sun and water, warmth and soil-to be set free. Everyday, millions upon millions of seeds lift their two green wings. At no time in our history have Americans been more obsessed with food. Options- including those for local, sustainable, and organic food-seem limitless. And yet, our food supply is profoundly at risk. Farmers and gardeners a century ago had five times the possibilities of what to plant than farmers and gardeners do today; we are losing untold numbers of plant varieties to genetically modified industrial monocultures. In her latest work of literary nonfiction, award-winning author and activist Janisse Ray argues that if we are to secure the future of food, we first must understand where it all begins: the seed. The Seed Underground is a journey to the frontier of seed-saving. It is driven by stories, both the author's own and those from people who are waging a lush and quiet revolution in thousands of gardens across America to preserve our traditional cornucopia of food by simply growing old varieties and eating them. The Seed Underground pays tribute to time-honored and threatened varieties, deconstructs the politics and genetics of seeds, and reveals the astonishing characters who grow, study, and save them.
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Mary Sanders Highest Bidder
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From the memories of a childhood marked by extreme poverty, mental illness, and restrictive fundamentalist Christian rules, Janisse Ray crafted a memoir that has inspired thousands to embrace their beginnings, no matter how humble, and fight for the places they love. This edition, published on the fifteenth anniversary of the original publication, updates and contextualizes the story for a new generation and a wider audience desperately searching for stories of empowerment and hope. Janisse Ray grew up in a junkyard along U.S. Highway 1, hidden from Florida-bound travelers by hulks of old cars. In language at once colloquial, elegiac, and informative, Ray redeems her home and her people, while also cataloging the source of her childhood hope: the Edenic longleaf pine forests, where orchids grow amid wiregrass at the feet of widely spaced, lofty trees. Today, the forests exist in fragments, cherished and threatened, and the South of her youth is gradually being overtaken by golf courses and suburban development. A contemporary classic, Ecology of a Cracker Childhood is a clarion call to protect the cultures and ecologies of every childhood.
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Anonymous Highest Bidder
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Enjoy a 90 minute tour of your choice-dolphin tour or trolley tour.  Advanced reservations required. 
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Deb Sheppard Highest Bidder
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This one of a kind item was donated by one of our founding board members Linda Lamb. Measuring 23" wide x 13"deep x 7" tall. Ideal placement is near a window the variety of colors can be most appreciated. 
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Elizabeth DuBose Highest Bidder
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 Enjoy a half day trip for eight people to privately owned Creighton Island, located between the mainland at Meridian and Sapelo Island. Martha and Frank Williams will host your visit to this beautiful 3,000 acre nature preserve where you can take a narrated buggy ride through the pristine forest, climb up the 125 ft. fire tower for a 360 degree view of the mid-Georgia coast, pet one of the friendly wild donkeys, and see and hear the island history through artifacts and stories. Boat transfers and light lunch will be provided. 
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Retired military officer and pilot Frank Williams will take you on an exhilarating flyover of the mid-Georgia coast in his vintage 1940s Piper Cub. This two seater plane allows for open window photography and an itinerary of your choosing. Flight will depart from the Golden Isles Airport in Brunswick. Weight limit 225 pounds.  This trip is being offered twice as an auction item. 
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Michelle Anderson Highest Bidder
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Retired military officer and pilot Frank Williams will take you on an exhilarating flyover of the mid-Georgia coast in his vintage 1940s Piper Cub. This two seater plane allows for open window photography and an itinerary of your choosing. Flight will depart from the Golden Isles Airport in Brunswick. Weight limit 225 pounds. This trip is being offered twice as an auction item. 
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LU BURGER Highest Bidder
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 Enjoy a half day trip for eight people to privately owned Creighton Island, located between the mainland at Meridian and Sapelo Island. Martha and Frank Williams will host your visit to this beautiful 3,000 acre nature preserve where you can take a narrated buggy ride through the pristine forest, climb up the 125 ft. fire tower for a 360 degree view of the mid-Georgia coast, pet one of the friendly wild donkeys, and see and hear the island history through artifacts and stories. Boat transfers and light lunch will be provided.  This trip is being offered twice as an auction item. 
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Dana Thompson Highest Bidder
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One Week Sea Turtle Adventure August 21-28, 2021 Donated by: Caretta Research Project Spend a week on Wassaw Island with the Caretta Research Project helping staff and volunteers from around the country protect Georgia’s threatened loggerhead sea turtles! August is hatching season, and most work will take place at dusk and at dawn, when you will check nests for signs of hatching, dig hatched nests, and determine hatching success. Sometimes you get lucky and release hatchlings that did not make it out of the nest! Accommodations are extremely rustic. You share a cabin with five oth-er people, there is no electricity or hot water, and an outside, cold wa-ter shower. But, the food is good and the turtles are truly amazing! To participate, you must be at least 15 years old and in good physical condition as there may be extensive walking. Most importantly, you must be able to cheerfully endure close quarters, insects and heat without air conditioning. ***PLEASE NOTE that this is a field research project and the level of turtle activity is UP TO THE TURTLES! We cannot guarantee any ac-tivity, however it is a beautiful island with lots of wildlife and if you enjoy having a remote beach pretty much to yourself, hiking, photography, birdwatching and stargazing, you will love a week on Wassaw! *****AT THIS TIME WE DO NOT KNOW HOW COVID WILL AFFECT THE 2021 SEASON AND THE POSSI-BILITY REMAINS THAT WEEKS MAY BE CANCELLED
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12" Tall Wooden Multi-colored Sailboat. This hand made item will add a unique touch to your home decor. Created and donated by Grace Graffiti. 
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Mary Richards Highest Bidder
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From October through March, experience nature from a privileged point of view by joining Master Falconer Adam Hein (CoOwner of On The Fly Outfitters) as he takes you on a one of a kind hunt to experience the ancient sport/art of Falconry. Spend a half day up close and personal watching the incredible aerial acrobatics of three different types of raptors working alongside dog and man. Harris's Hawks, Goshawks and the world’s fastest animal-the Peregrine Falcon are used to pursue squirrels, bobwhites, pheasants and other game. This trip is weather-dependent. We ask that these hunts cap out at 8 guests per day
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Mary Richards Highest Bidder
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