Since 2000 when I first got to Kiawah River, we began working on the future, and many of those projects I still see evolving and growing. Trees planted in 2001 are becoming grand trees now, and I hope to see people enjoying them well into the future. I watched my son grow up on this property, and it gave me some of my greatest memories—whether he was chasing and catching grasshoppers and lizards, busting open a just-picked watermelon, or catching fish in the Great Salt Pond that were as long as he was. The thought of other kids having a chance to build those memories is a driving force in my vision of the future of Kiawah River.
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Kiawah River, Chief Environmental Officer
I watched my son grow up on this property, and it gave me some of my greatest memories.