Would you support a farmers market in Dillon County?
The Dillon County Council for the Aging, in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Social Services will be issuing free coupons to low income individuals age 60 and older that may be used to purchase fresh produce at local participating farmers’ markets.
Enjoy the peace and quiet while you can. Things are about to start buzzing again.
Rising high school juniors and seniors interested in attending this year’s South Carolina Commissioner’s School for Agriculture (SCCSA), held at Clemson University, can go online now to download their application. The application needs to be postmarked by Tuesday, April 16.
The South Carolina Food Policy Council would like to welcome new board members.
In the birding world, few species generate more excitement than does the “Purple Martin,” a swallow that is arriving now in the Carolinas, with reports of “scouts” logged almost daily online.
I assume the location of the Hamer Cotton Mill as it was known when it was organized in 1903 was determined by one of the principal shareholders, Robert Pickett Hamer, Jr. who owned the land on which the plant was constructed.
Dillon County farmers had had a successful year in 2012 and are hopeful about 2013.
Peanut growers in South Carolina are used to feast or famine. So after a bumper year last year, they know what to expect
If the cure for high prices is high prices, it certainly worked on cotton. South Carolina’s cotton growers have seen prices drop from $2 per pound about three years ago to around 80 cents per pound today.