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Dewees Island, Charleston, SC by Judy Drew Fairchild - 2w ago
I’ve been asked for my letter to DNR and the POA Board.   I am writing as a passionate and committed volunteer for DNR of 16 years; I am permitted by DNR to lead Dewees Island’s turtle team, I was instrumental in applying for Dewees Island’s  WHSRN designation, I drafted the first pass at what became […]
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I’m getting a lot of calls about this current short term rental discussion, so I thought I’d share as much as I could to give some context and history. This is my personal and professional opinion, and it doesn’t reflect any position of the POA or anyone else, although I have tried to be as […]
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As part of the Residential Use group, we looked at revising the map (which we talked about here), and providing guests with videos that prepare them for a visit on Dewees.  One video that needed updating was the 2014 Dewees Island ferry transportation video, which did not have the new schedule.   We are pleased to […]
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Last week at POA weekend, Dr. Leslie Sautter came to Dewees and gave a great presentation on the history of our shoreline, changes to the front beach, and suggestions for ways to address the new inlet into Lake Timicau.  As usual, she was both informative and entertaining.  I tried to add her slides and illustrations […]
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We’ve been focusing on maps a lot lately. Way back in about 2004, we worked with the Environmental committee and some realtors to create a large, foldable map with street addresses, lots, and information about how to live gently on the island.  These, it turns out, are pretty expensive to reproduce.  In addition, some of […]
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We have two new books available: we’re really excited about them.  They are being printed at Blurb, which is an on-demand printer, so if you want to preorder some to pick up at the POA meeting and save yourself the shipping, shoot us an email with the number of copies you need. The first one […]
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On Saturday, we caught our first glimpse of a young eaglet over on our eagle nest.  This makes the eighth consecutive year that a pair of nesting bald eagles has hatched at least one youngster.  The above photo is from 2017. In 2012, we were so surprised when a pair of Bald Eagles made their […]
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The Dewees Island Arts Council had such a success with last spring’s Plein Air Workshop, they’d like to do it again. To join the class, email: DeweesIslandArtsCouncil@gmail.com On Tuesday March 5, so long as there are enough participants, artist Beth Bathe will be leading a plein air workshop with mixable oils.  Beth is an artist residing […]
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About a year ago we published a blog post called, “Internet Access – Solutions Available Today“. Here’s what’s changed: 1. We still love our cellular Internet connections using data resellers. To ensure that we always have access for the business Judy runs — Dewees Real Estate — and the rest of our needs, we actually […]
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I’ve been experimenting with some food delivery options to the island recently, and so far my favorite is The Bounty Box.  This is a collaborative effort with local and regional farmers, and you sign up to join.  (You are not committed to weekly deliveries if that doesn’t work for you~ no worries.) In fact, if […]
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