Eligible producers in the Chinquapin Creek, Big Swamp, Upper Little Saluda River, and Polk Swamp watersheds can take voluntary conservation actions to provide cleaner water for their neighbors and communities. Eligible producers should submit applications by April 18, 2014.
This documentary explores the rise of the farm-to-fork movement in South Carolina, and the folks who are working to produce fresh, tasty, safe, local food. Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ugp--6TfLg.
The Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP) Program saves a West Columbia home residing near a 35-foot cliff, due to soil erosion and flooding.
Follow Captain Buz Kloot on his voyage across the country as he explores the science of soil health.
StrikeForce in South Carolina
Be a Friend to Pollinators
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Wildlife management for private landowners.
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