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Rural Heritage Day

Rural Heritage Day

Homegrown foods, Native American culture, rural folk traditions, and displays of the Pee Dee’s natural and agricultural…

Switchgrass

Switchgrass

Switchgrass is being introduced to Pee Dee farmers as a potentially profitable and sustainable crop in support of biofuel…

Carolina Marsh Tacky

Carolina Marsh Tacky

The Carolina Marsh Tacky is the state's "Heritage Horse," a breed only found in South Carolina. The Marsh Tacky is a descendant…

Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey

The Avian Conservation Center’s Center for Birds of Prey is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and…

Bee Keeper

Bee Keeper

It is estimated that bees pollinate nearly 130 agricultural commodities, with commercial bee pollination valued at about…

Environmental Awareness

Environmental Awareness

"Take care of the land, and the land will take care of you," is a popular expression that communicates a way of life for…

Edible Wild Plants of the Pee Dee

Edible Wild Plants of the Pee Dee

In addition to cultivated crops, wild plants were a staple of the early Native American diet, knowledge of which eventually…

Indigenous Medicine

Indigenous Medicine

Early Native Americans were wise to the medicinal qualities of plants in the Pee Dee and other regions of the southeast.…





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