Phinizy is for fun! And it has been listed as one of the Top Fun Things to Do in Augusta! Check it out here: http://funthingstodo.io/augusta-ga-fun-things-to-do/
by Augusta Chronicle Staff Writer, Sean Gruber See original article here. It’s not often that spotting a water moccasin snake elicits screams of delight rather than fear, but for the 23 youths touring the Phinizy Swamp Nature Park, the rare sight was just another highlight of the Communities in Schools’ photography camp. The middle school […]
This article written by Alana Wenzel of The Examiner, takes a look at the way that Phinizy’s Research and Education programs integrate with the nature surrounding us through our campus at the beautiful Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. http://www.examiner.com/article/nature-and-science-together-phinizy-swamp-nature-park?cid=db_articles
In response to the recent report naming the Savannah River as the 3rd most polluted in the US, Jason Nappi did an investigative 3-part report on other factors influencing this claim. Parts 2 and 3 include interviews with Dr. Oscar Flite, Phinizy Center CEO / Senior Scientist. You can watch these reports here: Part 1: […]
Our joint research project on the Ogeechee River has begun. In view of the beginning of this important project, several articles have been written giving more information. You can read them below. The Savannah Morning News tells there story here: http://savannahnow.com/news/2014-08-27/ogeechee-research-begins#.VBco7hax3w1 The Statesboro Herald reports here: http://www.statesboroherald.com/section/1/article/63280/ Learn more about the public information session here: […]
Recently, a report was released naming the Savannah River as the third most toxic in the US. However, not all relevant factors were considered. The Augusta Chronicle’s Meg Mirshak interviewed CEO / Senior Scientist Oscar Flite for his viewpoint on all relevant factors. You can read it here: http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-06-27/report-ranking-savannah-river-third-most-toxic-america-questioned-scientist
Phinizy Center for Water Sciences (Phinizy Center) has been hard at work on a collaborative project with Pendleton King Park made possible through a Wells Fargo / National Fish & Wildlife Foundation grant. Since April of last year, the Phinizy Research Team has spent over 500 hours on the project doing water quality monitoring, groundwater […]
Wood Storks are no longer listed as endangered. Read more here about what this means for the Wood Stork population. Be sure to visit Phinizy Swamp Nature Park to see these and many other species. Read more here.
Local cooking show, “The Dish”, features local restaurants and places to go. Check out segment 2, where she interviews our own Heather Milne about things to do at Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. Watch it here.