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Saving Trees, Picking Up Trash and Helping Out Johns Island

August 29, 2013
The Johns Island Conservancy (JICSC), a group dedicated to preserving and safeguarding the natural habitat, wildlife, historical and agricultural resources of Johns Island, will be participating in several events this fall and could use your help with any or all of them.
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Lowcountry Coastline Gets A Good Cleaning

Small boats from the Charleston area working in concert with Hanckel Marine and Wounded Nature – Working Veterans removed 3 tons of debris from our local coastline this past week. Some of the unique items found during this cleanup included a dolphin skeleton, a wallet belonging to someone who died a couple of years ago,…Read More

From Zombies to Light Bulb Technicians

Whether it’s stringing lights or encouraging festival attendees to recycle, if you have a little extra time, you can make a big difference to your Charleston County Parks this fall! Best of all, you can earn some great rewards by volunteering for your Charleston County Parks. The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) is…Read More

Goodwill: It’s Electric!

Palmetto Goodwill will be holding the Grand Re-Opening of its Clearance Center and Computer Works stores on August 16. The Grand Re-Opening will kick off with a ribbon cutting ceremony and the “Key to Goodwill” will be presented to Rhonda Jerome, City of North Charleston Mayor Pro Tem. The new stores are located just down…Read More

Re-Trend Returns to Tin Roof this Sunday

Did you know that August 17th is National Thrift Shop Day? Re-Trend does and we want you to come out and celebrate with us the following day by swapping your old-to-you clothing & accessories to the next swap for a whole new wardrobe! The $1 Re-Trend Clothing Swap will be help at the Tin Roof…Read More

Magnolia Gardens Gets a Little Batty

With a high-tech detector atop a make-shift pole, Auburn University graduate student Lydia Moore spends quiet hours near water from sundown to sunrise listening for the call of the bats. Moore wants to know if bats behave differently over the water than over land. Very little research has been done on activity of bats in…Read More

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