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Berkeley County Newsletter (March 2021)

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Berkeley County is home to many historic pineland villages, from Pineville to Pinopolis to Honey Hill. Read on to learn more about the history of these hamlets and the value of pine trees. If you have thoughts, questions, or ideas about conservation efforts in Berkeley County, please reply directly to this email, reach out at [email protected], or give me a call at (843) 723-5127. I look forward to hearing from you! The Berkeley County Dispatch Rice…

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Berkeley County Newsletter (February 2021)

Monday, February 22, 2021

A proposed industrial complex on Jedburg Road in the New Hope community is threatening to destroy 13 acres of wetlands in Wassamassaw Swamp, eradicating wildlife habitat and compromising the area’s ability to withstand storms. Read on to learn more about the project and how to get involved. If you have ideas for Berkeley County, please feel free to reply directly to this email, reach out at [email protected], or give me a call at (843)…

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A Word From the Warehouse (February 2021)

Friday, February 5, 2021

Welcome to the February Word from the Warehouse, the monthly newsletter from GrowFood Carolina, where you can find out what is happening in our warehouse, learn more about one of the 100 growers we work with, and hear about how our work supports the mission of the Coastal Conservation League. We are excited this week to bring you the first Word from the Warehouse of the new year. It’s a big year for us because…

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South Coast Newsletter (January 2021)

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Welcome to the January edition of our South Coast newsletter! Despite the biting cold and gray skies that often mark this time of year, I always feel hopeful at the start of a new year, excited to see what opportunities it will bring. For instance, as you’ll read below, we are excited to see the adoption of regional stormwater standards across our local counties, cities, and towns that will support conservation and restoration of our…

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A Word from the Warehouse (December 2020)

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Welcome to the December Word from the Warehouse, the monthly newsletter from GrowFood Carolina, where you can find out what is happening in our warehouse, learn more about one of the 100 growers we work with, and hear about how our work supports the mission of the Coastal Conservation League. GrowFood Carolina continues to innovate and evolve while remaining dedicated to South Carolina…

Berkeley County Newsletter

Berkeley County Newsletter (December 2020)

Monday, December 14, 2020

I’ve been going to the upper Santee River with my dad since I was old enough to walk. We like to put in at Wilson’s Landing in our little aluminum john boat and float down the river, fishing for bream and bass. When I was young, in the heat of the summer, I’d jump out of the boat and swim in the cool water, digging giant mussels from the riverbed. It’s one of my…

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South Coast Newsletter (November 2020)

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Welcome to the November edition of our South Coast newsletter! With wreaths lining the streets of downtown Beaufort, and many other communities in the South Coast, it’s safe to say the holiday season is officially upon us! While this year’s season is certain to be a strange one as we continue to navigate the uncertainties of an ongoing pandemic, I hope you are able to find safe and fulfilling ways to enjoy family time, wholesome…

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A Word from the Warehouse (November 2020)

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Welcome to the November Word from the Warehouse, the monthly newsletter from GrowFood Carolina, where you can find out what is happening in our warehouse, learn more about one of the 100 growers we work with, and hear about how our work supports the mission of the Coastal Conservation League. As the season changes, our farmers are optimistic about the future because of…

Berkeley County Newsletter · News

Berkeley County Newsletter (November 2020)

Monday, November 9, 2020

For residents along Thurgood Road near Goose Creek, a way of life is being threatened. Unfortunately, this is becoming all too common in our neck of the woods. Read on to learn more about the situation and how to get involved. If your community is experiencing a similar situation, please email me at [email protected] or call me at (843) 723-5127. The Berkeley County Dispatch When Willie Ford bought…

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A Word from the Warehouse (October 2020)

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Welcome to the October Word from the Warehouse, the monthly newsletter from GrowFood Carolina, where you can find out what is happening in our warehouse, learn more about one of the 100 growers we work with, and hear about how our work supports the mission of the Coastal Conservation League. As always, please also feel free to reach out to me with feedback…

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