Since 2012, loggers have cut at least 6,000 acres of forests to make room for row crop farms. The amount of land cleared near the South Fork of the Edisto River is comparable in size to some of South Carolina’s largest state parks and five times m Tim Dominick, Matt Walsh, Sammy Fretwell mwalsh@thestate.com
Since 2012, loggers have cut at least 6,000 acres of forests to make room for row crop farms. The amount of land cleared near the South Fork of the Edisto River is comparable in size to some of South Carolina’s largest state parks and five times m Tim Dominick, Matt Walsh, Sammy Fretwell mwalsh@thestate.com

Thousands of acres of SC forests fall to make way for mega-farms

April 23, 2017 06:59 PM