Local Spotlight

Wounded Nature – Working Veterans

August 14, 2013

On August 24th Hanckel Marine and Wounded Nature – Working Veterans will be cleaning Charleston’s hard to reach coastal areas.  There are many coastal areas around Charleston that have collected trash and have never been cleaned due to their boat only access.  These are areas that should offer a pristine and quiet spot for...Read More



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