Tuesday evening stump speeches highlight Governor’s economic and environmental records By W. Thomas Smith Jr. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster and Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette stopped by the Mullikin Law Offices in Camden, Tuesday evening, Nov. 1, for a traditional stump rally and celebration. The event, part of a
U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman commends smart reef installation efforts by SC7 and associated organizations WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman (R-SC) recognized and commended Dr. Tom Mullikin, chair of the South Carolina Floodwater Commission, and Mullikin’s SC7 Expedition on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington,
Congaree National Park staff was recognized this week for their work in enhancing wilderness stewardship at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. by the National Park Service and its philanthropic partner the National Park Foundation. Present to accept the NPS Director’s 2021 Wes Henry Excellence in Wilderness Stewardship Team Award on
Four mayors, others, gather at Riverfront Canal Park to announce month-long trek across the Palmetto State By W. Thomas Smith Jr. COLUMBIA, S.C. – The mayors of Columbia, Cayce, West Columbia, and Camden met with South Carolina 7 (SC7) officials and sponsors, Monday, May 2, at Columbia’s Riverfront Canal Park
Boat donated by Bentley Pontoons, Yamaha Rightwaters, and the S.C. Boating and Fishing Alliance will aid in offshore smart reef development By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette and Senator Thomas Alexander joined Dr. Tom Mullikin and officials with Bentley Pontoons, Yamaha Rightwaters, and the S.C. Boating and
By W. Thomas Smith Jr. S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster, several state lawmakers, and the chair of the S.C. Floodwater Commission announced “the filing of two bills that will provide critical funding to increase the pace and scale of land protection in South Carolina,” according to a statement released Wednesday, Feb.
Thomas Mullikin Jr. to lead the internationally recognized non-profit By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Thomas Mullikin, Jr., son of Dr. Tom Mullikin, chair of the S.C. Floodwater Commission, was named president of Global Eco Adventures (GEA), the S.C.-based global environmental exploration and education non-profit founded by his father in 2014.
By W. Thomas Smith Jr. The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) became the presenting “named” sponsor of the third-annual South Carolina 7 (SC7) expedition with the University’s sponsoring donation of $25,000. The announcement made jointly in Charleston and Columbia, Jan. 10. Led by Dr. Tom Mullikin, acclaimed global expedition
Mullikin and Quiroga to lead Ecuadorian expedition in 2022 By W. Thomas Smith Jr. COLUMBIA, S.C. – Dr. Tom Mullikin, the celebrated global expedition leader from South Carolina and chair of the S.C. Floodwater Commission, is planning yet another grand adventure: This one, not unlike his annual, month-long SC7 expedition
Dr. Tom Mullikin, chairman of the S.C. Floodwater Commission, is pictured here with academics from Columbia International University (CIA), members of Malvern Hill Baptist Church in Camden, and Global Eco Adventures (GEA) during SCUBA training in Columbia, Saturday, Dec. 4. “The dive training we’re conducting for this group of religious
The South Carolina Forestry Commission is encouraging landowners to place their tree seedling orders for winter planting while there is still a variety of seedlings available. ArborGen’s Taylor Nursery in Edgefield County has more than 1 million seedlings left for sale at special South Carolina landowner pricing. The remaining inventory