As reported last June, residents raised concerns after seeing dozens of ash trees felled in the Catherington Lith local nature reserve as bird nesting season is in full swing. The drastic approach of removing up to 200 trees has been taken because of the fear that “people will be killed”Read More →

A historic Bluffton oak tree, where the first seeds of South Carolina’s secession movement took root, has fallen. Commonly referred to as the “Secession Oak,” the over 300-year-old tree is considered by many historians to be the birthplace of the “Bluffton Movement”, which sparked the state’s decision to separate fromRead More →