Because of the efforts of Clemson Extension agents James Sweeney , Michael McMannus and Vic Bethea and a grant from the National Wild Turkey Federation, the Dillon County 4-H Shooting sports program was revived in 2001.
Calling all high school seniors interested in pursuing a career path in agriculture – ArborOne Farm Credit has two scholarships that may be for you.
Accent Stainless Steel, a Canadian manufacturer of craft and micro-brewing systems and other processing equipment, plans to expand into the U.S. with a new headquarters in Horry County.
The Pee Dee Land Trust begins its 15th anniversary year with 1,792 additional acres of protected lands thanks to five exceptional new projects completed in late 2013.
It has been over 135 years since J. Sterling Morton founded Arbor Day. His simple idea of setting aside a special day for tree planting is now more important than ever.
The Dillon County Farm-City Week annual luncheon and awards ceremony was held recently at the City of Dillon Wellness Center.
Dillon County residents Johnnie Luehrs and Jean Sox are among a group of more than 100 women from across the state attending the 2013 South Carolina Farm Bureau Annual Women’s Leadership Conference at Woodside Plantation in Aiken County.
Record-breaking summer rains that caused creeks and rivers across the Southeast to overflow likely will bring an extended leaf-looking season to the Southern Appalachians, predicts Clemson University forest ecologist Donald Hagan.
South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation President David Winkles is encouraged by the US Secretary of Agriculture’s farm disaster declaration in South Carolina.
It’s been the mantra of farmers for time immemorial: “Make hay while the sun shines.”