Gathering the greenery for the post-holiday bonfire (in the snazzy totebag you can buy to benefit the Land Trust). We like decorating our homeplace in the country with whatever we can find in the yard and in the woods, native (if there’s enough to take sustainably) or non-native (pull it all out!). Pictured here is Japanese holly, Eastern Red Cedar, English Ivy, some kind of yew tree foliage, and the puffy plume of pampas grass.
Look for your bag near the Customer Service desk at Bi-Lo (outside the cash registers) and tell your friends and fellow-shoppers how important it is to save forest and farmland, ’cause we gotta have places to grow food and fiber, and forests and wildlife, and clean water and air. Those things don’t come from stores, they come from the good Earth.
p.s. After January 2020, you can still support the Land Trust with your purchase of the bag by going to the internet site listed on the bag tag and selecting Upper Savannah Land Trust as the charity of your choice!
Here it is, the Upper Savannah Land Trust t-shirt! Sadie is trying on my size-medium but probably would do for a small. As a senior in high school, she’s just happy to have her first modeling job… not her likely career but keeping her options open.
The shirt front is tasteful and uncluttered, with the Land Trust logo on the left breast. Works well as a winter undershirt or as high-tech perspiration-wicking athletic wear. I know you want one!