Had a fun shoot for the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry this morning. They unveiled a great new feature in the Kids’ Garden a waterfall and interactive coastal habitat. It’ll be a fun place for kids to splash around, but the best part may be that the $20,000 project was also a 100% donation. Coastal Rock Productions and several other Charleston companies donated all the effort and materials to make the gift happen.                                          
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to read the story of this project in the Post & Courier.

Childrens Museum Of The Lowcountry

                              

    “Having the new waterfall and rock area adds a whole new dimension to our field trips. Yesterday a school from Colleton County came in for their field trip and were completely surprised to find a waterfall in downtown Charleston. They were even more thrilled when they found out they could take home the fools gold they excavated during their visit.
 
 The Children’s Museum is proud to provide a rich educational experience for all our visitors. What Jody Smith and his team did for us is a priceless addition to our garden that we get to share with children and families each and every day.”

Robin Berlinsky
Director of Education Children's Museum of the Lowcountry 



“We are so excited to have our new water exhibit here at CML. Jody and Coastal Rock Productions dedication to this project has transformed our outdoor space which we couldn’t have done without them. The best part is their generosity has inspired others to get involved as well and make the Children’s Museum a better place to learn and play. We would definitely recommend Jody Smith and Coastal Rock Productions. They are the best!”
Bonnie B. Geer 
Director of Development Children's Museum of the Lowcountry 



“The CML Garden has sprouted with new life and we are so thankful to Coastal Rock Productions for making it happen!” 

Meg Watson 
Marketing Coordinator Children's Museum of the Lowcountry