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Gather and Garden: Vegetable Gardening

Join us for a garden workday in our community gardens! No experience is needed, all tools and directions are provided on-site! Please sign up before joining. Magnolia Community Garden Tuesdays from 9:00am-10:30am Sign up here! Medway Community Garden Sign up here! Corrine Jones Community Garden Wednesdays from 9-10:30am Sign up here!

December Tree Giveaway

Ackerman Park

The Charleston Parks Conservancy, in partnership with the PowerPlant SC initiative presented by Duke Energy, is thrilled to offer free trees to residents of the City of Charleston to plant in their yards! We have a variety of trees to choose from: Trees MUST be picked up on Friday, December 8, between 9:00 am and … Continued

Talking Trees with City of Charleston Urban Forester, David Grant

Charleston Parks Conservancy Office 720 Magnolia Road Suite 25, Charleston, SC, United States

Whether you are considering planting your very first tree or looking for tips on your backyard forest, David Grant is ready to answer your questions! Learn from the City of Charleston's Urban Forester about tree maintenance and the most common issues and problems facing the health of the trees in your yard and neighborhood. The … Continued

“Big Sit” Early Morning Birdwatching : West Ashley

Carr-Richardson Park 1071 Bender St., Charleston

Join us for a fun-filled morning of birdwatching at Carr-Richardson Park! Get ready to be amazed by the diverse bird species that call this park their home. Whether you're a seasoned birder or just starting out, a "big sit" is a unique birding experience. Grab your chair, a blanket and binoculars (we have a few … Continued

Shucked and Sauced

 The Charleston Parks Conservancy will host its third annual Oyster, Seafood and BBQ celebration at the Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park on Sunday, February 4, 2024! This quintessential Lowcountry affair will showcase the best of land and sea in one of Charleston’s most iconic parks. Park lovers and foodies come out and enjoy oysters from … Continued