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    Sustainable Communities

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    Clean Water

  • Local Food Makes $ense

    Local Food Makes $ense

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    My River Starts Here

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    Midlands Green Congregation Intiative

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Sustainable Midlands Names New Executive Director

Sustainable Midlands Names New Executive Director

  Columbia, SC (August 20, 2014) – Stephen Stokes, of Columbia, SC, has been named Executive Director of Sustainable Midlands. Susie Heyward, Chair of Sustainable Midlands, announced today that Stephen Stokes has been appointed executive director of the organization. “With a background in media communications, education and grant administration, Stephen brings valuable skills that will […]

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Call for Vendors: December 1, 2014 the 6th Sustainable Holiday Celebration!

Sustainable Midlands will present the 6th Annual Sustainable Holiday Celebration on Monday, December 1, 2014  in the Grand Hall at 701 Whaley. The market will feature many of the artisans and craftspeople that make our Midlands community wonderful and unique and our traditional sampling of great local food.  Kick off your holiday season with a […]

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2014 Tasty Tomato Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2014 Tasty Tomato contest winners, and thanks to everyone who attended our 5th Annual Tasty Tomato Festival! Homegrown Contest Winners: Best Big Red, “Cherokee Red”: grown by Anthony Wade Unusual “Green Tiger”: grown by Gnome Wildt Big Yellow, “Sun Sugar”: grown by Rich Ashley Purple Variety, “Krim”: grown by Heath Herndon Small Red, […]

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SELC: Cook’s Mountain preserve not enough to offset proposed gold mine

In partnership with an array of South Carolina environmental groups, the Southern Environmental Law Center has issued a statement of grave concern in regards to the proposed Romarco gold mine in Lancaster County, and doesn’t feel the proposed preservation of the Cook’s Mountain site in Richland County is enough to offset the impacts of the mine. […]

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Amazon donates to Sustainable Midlands when you shop!

Amazon donates to Sustainable Midlands when you shop!

  AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Sustainable Midlands every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the […]

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Opening Party at Bourbon! April 28th 5:30-7PM

Opening Party at Bourbon! April 28th 5:30-7PM

Restaurant owner Kristian Niemi invites you to to an Opening Party at Bourbon to benefit Sustainable Midlands! April 28th, 2014 5:30-7:30pm

Earth Day Celebration: Wine for Water on April 22nd

Earth Day Celebration: Wine for Water on April 22nd

Wine for Water – An Earth Day Event This Earth Day, April 22nd, from 6-8pm join local watershed organizations for good food, wine and a silent auction. Join the Gills Creek Watershed Association, the Rocky Branch Watershed Alliance and the Smith Branch Watershed Alliance at Columbia’s Senate’s End to celebrate our vision for the streams […]