The SC Supreme Court says that since no harm has been done yet, property owners don’t have a case against a state law that could allow mega-farms to drain rivers to dangerous levels. Here, cypress knees rise from the Edisto River, the longest, free-flowing blackwater river in North America.
The SC Supreme Court says that since no harm has been done yet, property owners don’t have a case against a state law that could allow mega-farms to drain rivers to dangerous levels. Here, cypress knees rise from the Edisto River, the longest, free-flowing blackwater river in North America. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
The SC Supreme Court says that since no harm has been done yet, property owners don’t have a case against a state law that could allow mega-farms to drain rivers to dangerous levels. Here, cypress knees rise from the Edisto River, the longest, free-flowing blackwater river in North America. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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