Author Archives: Mary Edna

Is it safe to swim?

In the July 9th Post and Courier, the safety of our coastal water was featured in this opinion article. Thank you to The James Island Creek Task Force for their diligent work to make our waters safe for all of us. https://www.postandcourier.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-keep-momentum-flowing-to-clean-up-james-island-creek/article_c589a9f4-f88f-11ec-a756-33854686ff57.html?emci=ccb0e6c3-7703-ed11-b47a-281878b83d8a&emdi=4714cdfa-5504-ed11-b47a-281878b83d8a&ceid=4530725
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Waties Island Victory!

A Waties Island victory is here at last!Waties Island, one of the last undeveloped barrierislands on South Carolina’s coast and the only onelocated in Horry County, has been owned by variousmembers of the Horace Tilghman family since thethe 1920s. Following the division of land among familymembers in the late 1980s, one-third of the islandwas sold […]
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Creek by Creek at City Gallery

Creek by Creek is a collaborative effort by artists Mary Edna Fraser and Jeff Kopish, underscoring the perils of plastic pollution and the importance of protecting the Lowcountry’s unique waterways. Featuring an array of Fraser’s batiks on silk and oil paintings and Kopish’s ceramic and found object sculptures incorporating everything from recycled plastic to actual trash, […]
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