Have you ever thought about the impact of throwing away your old cosmetics? Our summer intern Destiny Bridges dove deeper to find out what happens to our environment as a result of discarded cosmetics and what you can do to help.
With all of the inspiration wrapped up in this area, there is no doubt that you will be able to create a beautiful landscape scene on a canvas with all of the majestic visions surrounding you. You take in a deep breath of the clean crisp air. Mmmm, you can’t enjoy air like that just anywhere. This is serene. Beautiful, you think to yourself.
Little Capers. It’s the one place that warms my heart and fills me with happiness. This diminutive island off the coast of Beaufort, South Carolina is where I vacation every summer with my family. It is my home away from home.
South Carolina recently finished sixth among fifty-three teams at the 2019 National Envirothon competition in Raleigh, North Carolina. Brooke Myres traveled along with the Spartanburg High School team and documented their success story!
Biking. Hiking. Fishing. Camping. That’s what Tucker’s childhood consisted of, and it changed his life. He encourages educators to include natural resources education during school to help students become more involved in conservation efforts.
Spartanburg High School (Team A) won the 2018 South Carolina Envirothon competition held at the Sandhill Research and Education Center in Columbia in May. The group of students will now go on to represent South Carolina in July at the National Conservation Foundation’s Envirothon in Pocatello, Idaho.