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6:26 am on Monday May 27, 2013

S.C. peaches looking good all the way to Labor Day

Despite a cool, wet spring, this year's peach season in South Carolina looks to be a good one that will stretch all the way to Labor Day.
7:09 am on Friday March 22, 2013

Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market returns April 9

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market returns on Tuesday, April 9, at 3:30 p.m. at Moultrie Middle School and will run every Tuesday from 4 p.m. until dusk through October 8.
7:11 am on Thursday June 28, 2012

At 87 years, S.C.'s peaches are due to be ripe this year, loaded with history

Flickr user rorris You've probably heard that this year's peach crop is likely to be large and sweet. And you've probably heard that South Carolina trumps Georgia — the "Peach State" — in peach production. But, as you might guess, there's a lot more...
9:23 am on Tuesday June 26, 2012

At 87 years, S.C.'s peaches are due to be ripe this year, loaded with history

Flickr user rorris You've probably heard that this year's peach crop is likely to be large and sweet. And you've probably heard that South Carolina trumps Georgia — the "Peach State" — in peach production. But, as you might guess, there's a lot more...
5:30 am on Tuesday June 26, 2012

At 87 years, S.C.'s peaches are due to be ripe this year, loaded with history

Image by Flickr user rorrisYou've probably heard that this year's peach crop is likely to be large and sweet. And you've probably heard that South Carolina trumps Georgia — the "Peach State" — in peach production. But, as you might guess, there's a...
10:33 am on Thursday May 31, 2012

Weekly Farmers Market Hits the Village Green at Freshfields Village

Enjoy tastes and crafts of the Lowcountry at Freshfields Village’s annual Farmers Market, which will take place Mondays from 4 to 8 p.m. from June 4 until August 27. A variety of food items and wares will be available for purchase, including produce...
3:27 am on Monday May 21, 2012

Produce season grows more costly as work visa requirements are more adopted

TheDigitel With the growing season here, concerns are high about the time demands and costs associated with the federal visa requirements for seasonal farm workers that aims to allow for legal foreign workers to assist with seasonal harvesting —...
8:04 am on Thursday May 3, 2012

Wedgwood Pottery: Finding the Lost Ayoree Cherokee Indian Mine (A Historical 1767 Wedgwood Trip from Charles Towne)

 Notes on Quotes           Wedgwood Pottery: Finding the Lost Ayoree Cherokee Indian Mine (A Historical 1767 Wedgwood Trip from Charles Towne) By Gordon Mercer and Marcia Gaines Mercer “The Indians set a high value on their white earth: however I...
10:11 am on Thursday April 19, 2012

'Get Dirty Early' at GrowFood Carolina

“Get Dirty Early” April 27th from 4 to 8 p.m. at GrowFood Carolina — 990 Morrison Drive. This happy hour event will feature “Heroes of GrowFood Carolina," the brilliant chefs from some of Charleston’s best restaurants who have been the incredible...
4:03 am on Wednesday February 1, 2012

With a development deal, the Bogarden community garden is closing

Image by BogardenThe downtown Charleston community garden that is the Bogarden took root in early 2010, but after nearly two years it is coming to an end. The Elliotborough land at the corner of Rutledge and Bogard street was leased for the...

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