Author: Grace Morrison

Roadtrip Survival Kit

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Fresh, Local & Natural

During one of the most volatile times of food insecurity in this country, the Forsyth Farmers' Market continued to provide food for all, maintaining their commitment of giving back to the community.

The Cotton Sail Hotel

Located on Savannah’s famous riverfront, The Cotton Sail Hotel by Hilton brings modern comfort to a historic 19th century cotton warehouse and boasts one of the most breathtaking views in the city atop its rooftop bar.

Explore historic River Street and see what Savannah has to offer

One of the top attractions of the city, River Street boasts some of the greatest scenes of Savannah. Located along the Savannah River, the celebrated stretch offers a view of the Talmadge Memorial Bridge as well as many of the ships that pass through the southern ports. There are more than 75 local boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants and pubs along the scenic stone street.

Oatland Island Wildlife Center offers a unique experience by bringing people closer to nature

Open 362 days of the year, Oatland Island Wildlife Center brings nature up close and personal to the Savannah area. The goal of Oatland Island Wildlife Center is to help people build stronger connections with the natural world. The center is an “environmental education” center that offers a closer look at native wildlife and indiginous plants. Their dedicated staff provides insight into the conservation of local species and proper care of wildlife.

5 Outdoor Activities to Try in Hilton Head and Bluffton

With beautiful marshes and picturesque views, the island of Hilton Head and its surrounding area, including Bluffton and Daufuskie Island, are a dream and offer a myriad of activities, whether it's a new hobby or an afternoon of fun.

Lives Vs. Livelihood: Are We Ready for Community Events?

This weekend the Savannah Señor Taco Festival and tours of the Coastal Heritage Society's Georgia State Railroad Museum and Old Fort Jackson are a few of the first events to happen after the reopening of the state of Georgia. Residents are hungry to get out of their homes and fill their social starvation, but at what cost?