Featured Resources for Late Spring/Early Summer- and especially for 2023 EEASC Conventioneers! (see links below)
A fun learning book by a fascinating Columbia author, an autographed copy of which will be available to bid on in the silent auction, thanks to All Good Books in Five Points!
An African connection to S.C. tradition from a Charleston author...
A sweet, sweet book and a wonderful tribute to the basket weavers of Mt. Pleasant, pleasantly told and illustrated.
If you haven't read it yet, it's time!
Great summer book for your teen to read while you read---and have great conversations!
It's almost too late to enjoy fresh and local juicy love in the palm of your hand!
A wonderful way to spend a shady afternoon~~reading, sharing, and doing!
Absolutely charming in every way!
Where a banana peel wants to be~~(i.e., not in a landfill!)
Getting ready for understanding, which overcomes fear....
because hopefully they will want to come to your yard!
Books, Suggestions, and Lesson Plans for Teachers and Other Learners: A Cumulative List
Aids for Teachers and other Learning adults:
Crafty with Crafts:
Dying Eggs with Plants: https://www.fresheggsdaily.blog/2019/03/the-6-best-veggies-to-use-for-natural.html | Steaming the Perfect Egg: https://www.fresheggsdaily.blog/2012/01/hard-steamed-eggs.htm
Painting with Soil: an art project for use with Lincoln Clears a Path : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oLGdmyMcuQ&ab_channel=DukeGardens For older enthusiasts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0FRhn4q0_E&ab_channel=SummerRayneOakes
Food: The Origin Stories
Gardening Literature Resources:
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle book resources:
People and the Environment:
South Carolina History and Culture Stories: