Gertrude I. Grimsley Scott

…brown jug with a corn-cob stopper. Now champagne, etc. is the order of the day… We then scraped away the ‘trash,’ leveled the dirt, and sprinkling down the barn, had…

Wade Thomas Batson, Jr.

…Year Award; 1976, Education Conservationist of the Year by South Carolina Wildlife Federation; 1982, Order of the Palmetto Award presented by Governor Richard Riley who hosted his Retirement Party at…

George Andrew Christenberry

…“A taxonomic study of the Mucorales in the southeastern United States”. Pilobolus crystallinus in the fungi order Mucorales Image was created by Sava Krstic at Mushroom Observer   Published in…

Carnivorous Conservation

…Carl Linnaeus, a famous 18th-century botanist who developed the modern method of assigning species scientific names, dubbed flytraps “against the order of nature as willed by God.” But Charles Darwin…

Edward Avery McIlhenny

…standing timber on this property was sold to one of the large saw-mills operating in southern Louisiana, and cutting began that year. In order to get the great logs out…

Luther Stanford Beard

…an alternative in order to make his or her own choice… Such balances of Christian commitment and scientific expertise is seldom found, and with Dr. L. Stanford Beard we find…

CCG Volunteer Spotlight: Simone

…our compost leaders and even continued to volunteer when she was back during breaks from college! When the stay-at-home order began in the spring and Simone had to return home,…

2021 Wildflower of the Year

…typically grows 4-6 feet tall and wide, but in favorable conditions it can grow up to 9 feet tall. In order to keep a more compact form, it can be…

HT History

…has been an ongoing concern. Recently, the program has moved away from grants as a primary funding source and toward fee-for-service contracts with local facilities and nonprofits that provide care…