Midlands-based non-profit directing coastal clean-up initiative By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Cheyenne Cunningham, a graduate assistant at the College of Charleston, is directing Global Eco Adventures (GEA) efforts to “clean up” four designated beaches around the world, during WORLD OCEAN DAY, June 8, 2022. GEA, a Midlands-based nonprofit with officesContinue Reading

Dr. Tom Mullikin, chairman of the S.C. Floodwater Commission, is pictured here with academics from Columbia International University (CIA), members of Malvern Hill Baptist Church in Camden, and Global Eco Adventures (GEA) during SCUBA training in Columbia, Saturday, Dec. 4. “The dive training we’re conducting for this group of religiousContinue Reading

With South Carolina’s fair and festival season kicking into high gear this month, the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) has introduced a new resource to help vendors, promoters, and hosts stay on top of their tax and licensing obligations. Head to dor.sc.gov/event-guide for help getting ready for your next event. TheContinue Reading

South Carolina farmers and food processors who want to pursue organic certification may qualify for reimbursement through a grant administered by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture. “Organic certification can open up new market opportunities for South Carolina farmers and companies,” said Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Weathers. “Our cost-share grantContinue Reading

The South Carolina Boating and Fishing Alliance (SCBFA) and Global Eco Adventures (GEA) are teaming up in a new conservation campaign to help promote and protect several of the Palmetto state’s lakes, rivers, and other waterways; including Lakes Hartwell, Wylie, Murray, the Santee Cooper lakes, even Charleston’s storied harbor, andContinue Reading