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Cum jayn we at de Angel Oak tree dis Satdee with Queen Quet of the Gullah/Geechee Nation! Saturday at 10 am, we will have a libation ceremony at the base of the Angel Oak on John’s Island, SC here in the Gullah/Geechee Nation. Begin the morning here and then journey to the “Sea Island Cultural [...]
Despite the recent jurisdictional determination made by the US Army Corps of Engineers, asserting jurisdiction over the wetlands on the Angel Oak Village project site, the Angel Oak Village stormwater application has just been approved by the State Department of Health and Environmental Control/Ocean and Coastal Resource Management. (DHEC/OCRM). Savetheangeloak.org has responded with an appeal of [...]
The reasons we feel this development is a bad idea are endless. The Grand trees that are hundreds of years old will be lost forever along with the sounds of birds and insects that make up this wonderful place. The human impact of so many people living around the Angel Oak cannot be calculated or studied. Our [...]
Update: December 14, 2009 New contact person at the Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, please write with your concerns and or comments. Richard Geer Ocean and Coastal Resource Management 1362 Mc Millan Ave. Suite 400 Charleston, SC 29405 Phone 843-953-0242 Fax 843-953-0201 email@example.com // Share|