Ocean Isle Beach, NC – Join Mark Todd, a returning volunteer, at the Museum of Coastal Carolina on May 11th at 11 a.m. for an exciting program exploring the mysteries of carnivorous plants in North Carolina.
Visitors will be swept into the carnivorous plant’s world as they learn all about the many different types of carnivorous plants. This lecture will focus on the over twenty different species of carnivorous plants native to North Carolina, including Venus Flytraps that only grow within sixty miles of Wilmington, NC.
Mark Todd is the President of the North American Sarracenia Conservancy (NASC), a national non-profit organization dedicated to protecting carnivorous plants as well as the fragile habitats in which they live.
With Todd’s passion for protecting carnivorous plants, he hopes to pass along knowledge that will help educate and ensure a bright future for the carnivorous plants of North Carolina. Be sure to stop by the Museum of Coastal Carolina so you don’t miss a chance at learning about our carnivorous plants!
The Museum of Coastal Carolina is located at 21 East Second Street, Ocean Isle Beach, NC. Admission to the museum is free for members. Non-member all-day admission is $9.50 for adults, $8.50 for seniors, $7.50 for children (3-12), and free for age 2 and under. Free admission for active duty military and disabled veterans plus up to one guest, must include military ID cardholder. For more information about the Museum of Coastal Carolina, call 910-579-1016 or visit www.MuseumPlanetarium.org.