The gift of stock to a non-profit organization is an increasingly popular way to give back. The Bald Head Island Conservancy spoke to First Citizens Bank in Wilmington to learn more about this growing trend. Can you explain the process of gifting stock to a non-profit as a donation? A donor should first speak to […]
Fishing is a popular occurrence here on Bald Head Island. With beautiful scenery and a wide array of fish surrounding the coast, it makes for an enjoyable and relaxing hobby. This hobby has the potential to be harmful however when fishing line is not treated with proper caution. Fishing line and gear are some of […]
by Desiree Bridge, Assistant Retail Manager, Turtle Central The southern crabapple (Malus angustifolia) is known by many names including narrowleaf crabapple and wild crab. This species of crabapple is found in the Southern and Eastern United States and grows best in low elevations preferring mild winters. Southern crabapple is considered a...
Our BHIC Alum of the Month, Will Freund, was an intern on our conservation team throughout the summer of 2018. He has a BS in Biology from the College of Charleston. Freund is now an education consultant for the Redford Center’s environmental justice program: Redford Center Stories. Freund shared with our team what he has been up […]
Simply Southern was founded in 2005 by Ginger Aydogdu in Greensboro, NC. The company started as a small kiosk in a local mall and has since grown into a large corporation employing over 400 people. Simply Southern started out making t-shirts, but has since expanded into the gift, apparel, and accessory space. Simply Southern is […]