A Sweet Gift from our Ancestors
A few South Carolina families continue to grind and cook sugarcane to make syrup, using the trades and traditions passed down to them, and the savory recipes too!
Tied and True
A fly-tying journey from South Carolina to Alaska.
For Wildlife Watchers: Cooper’s Hawk
The Cooper’s hawk, named for William Cooper, a naturalist and one of the founders of the New York Academy of Sciences, is widely distributed, from southern Canada to Mexico.
South Carolina Wildlife magazine’s summer intern, Grant McClure, teaches the art of fly tying. Follow along in this step by step video as Grant ties a “Wooly Bugger.”
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