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Leaphart Elementary School gets funding to expand gardening curriculum
Lexington-Richland Five garden grants
Things are growing in Lex-Rich 5 thanks to some grants.
Ready, Set, Grow | Tackling the September to-do list
Fall is here and it is time to get your yards, homes and gardens prepared for cooler temperatures and winter. How you can add fall colors to your garden and more.
The hotter it is outside, the sweeter the muscadine, according to a Little Mountain farmer
This season produced an abundant amount of the fruit.
What's growing in the garden now?
What fruits and veggies are in season this week, we take a look.
Lettuce, collards, mustard, and more coming for the fall season
As temperatures drop into 'False Fall', new seasonal crops like lettuce, mustard, and collards are ready to be planted.
Charleston residents talk rain and flooding as they clean up from Idalia
"It's very cathartic. It feels good to be outside honestly after a hot summer," Julia Buthman said.
Batesburg-Leesville community offering free seeds at local businesses, places of worship
This initiative started via the "Growing Batesburg-Leesville" Facebook page. In spring 2023, the project resulted in the distribution of 800 seed packets.
Ready, Set, Grow | Repelling pests and attracting pollinators
Bugs and pests can wreak havoc on a garden. But not all bugs are bad! A look at which bugs are beneficial, how to get rid of the pests and attract pollinators.
City of Columbia committee brainstorming ideas to establish permit for "goatscaping"
The Health, Social and Environmental Affairs Committee met on Tuesday to discuss permit guidelines on topics like nuisance issues and the number of goats per acre.
Guidelines on "goatscaping" in Columbia
Some companies use goats to help maintain vegetation at city council "goatscaping" in the Capital City.
SC officials on alert after invasive species of hornet found in Savannah
While the yellow-legged hornet is no more harmful to humans than other hornets, it can be devastating to bee populations.
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