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No, this isn’t a local version of The Biggest Loser… It is an effort of a nonprofit that I volunteer with to ease hunger in the Lowcountry and discourage food waste. The mission of Fields to Families is to help increase nutrition to the area hungry by coordinating distribution of fresh produce obtained from local […]

I was very happy to see this weekend that a recycling dropsite has been setup in the Food Lion Shopping Center at 65 Sycamore Avenue. That brings the total to seven dropsites in West Ashley for those of us who don’t have curbside pickup. The site does not have a bin for corrugated cardboard yet, […]

Greening your gathering

As an occasional user of, I receive monthly party “tips.” I usually send these straight to the trash – but this month, I’m going to recycle some of the ideas. estimates it saves party planners millions of dollars in paper invitations and postage each month. So fittingly, the focus for this month’s newsletter […]

Cow pun aside, when I recently went to my regular recycling spot in West Ashley at St. Andrews Shopping Center, it was gone – vanished into thin air! So recyclables in tow, I scoured the city looking for a new home for my bottles and paperboard. I eventually found an alternate recycling spot, but it […]

Recycle Your Busted Sneakers

I generally wear my shoes until the rubber soles are smooth and the uppers are falling apart at the seams. At that point there’s no use donating them to Goodwill as they’re no longer functional for anyone else to wear. Now instead of trashing them, I have another option… and so do you. St. Andrew’s […]

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