January 2, 2018


Watch: A thank you message from Dana and Virginia

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Folks, I’ll echo my wife, Virginia, in the video below by saying I am profoundly moved by your support. Your browser does not support the video tag. When we started the Conservation League in 1989, I remember one of us (there were only two) rushing to the mailbox each day, encouraged by your letters and small donations of $5 or $10. Even then, it…

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Real winter! Fake tweets. Saving species for almost half a century. Where we came from. Unmanly men. Don’t mess with Texas! Folly Road on the rebound. A new jewel in SC’s crown of public land.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Folks, Finally!  Bona fide winter weather! It seems like years since we’ve had seriously cold temperatures on New Year’s Day.  Last year’s balmy January weather snookered South Carolina peach trees and blueberry bushes into flowering at least a month early, setting the stage for a cold snap in March that destroyed 90 percent of both crops. If this year’s trend continues, we’ll have appropriately cold winter weather until March, and abundant peaches and blueberries in the spring. On…

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