Category: Water

Water Conservation at Home

Earlier this summer, the lack of rain, sweltering summer sun, and our thirsty gardens were a reminder to all of us that water is a vital part of our day-to-day life. Hot, dry conditions can stress...

Herbicides in the Heat

So, I am just enjoying my time in my yard, throwing a ball for my dogs, Penny and Ruby, who may or may not bring it back when I spot a small clump of weedy plants in my lawn. Instead of heading...

Be Septic Safe: Unique Situations

Many homeowners rely on septic systems to treat their household wastewater. Unfortunately, these systems are often not thought of until issues arise and treatment or maintenance is required. To help...

Be Septic Safe: Septic Failures

All septic systems have a life span. Knowing signs of failure can save you money and prevent harmful pollutants that negatively impact the environment. When a septic system fails, it allows...

Blue Carbon

If your summer vacation plans include a trip to the beach, you’ll have the chance to see our coastal blue carbon resources up close and personal. What is blue carbon, you may wonder? It’s the carbon...

Blue Carbon

While you may not have heard the term “blue carbon” before, you are likely familiar with it if you have ever visited the South Carolina coastal region. Blue Carbon is the carbon that is stored in...

Aquaponics Vs. Hydroponics: Which is best?

Hydroponics involves growing plants in a soilless medium and essential nutrient water solutions for proper plant growth and development. This form of agriculture has been in use for thousands of...

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