These guides work for the Santee Coastal Reserve. This was originally a hunt club at the turn of the century, which was turned over to the Nature Conservancy, who turned it over to the State as a waterfront area. These marshes were and still are in the rice fields of another era. The rice dikes are maintained by the state and rice was grown in them as late as the 1950s. The two guides William and Mo Garrett are descendants of the slaves who worked the fields they were born on the reserve when
Credit: Karen Kasmauski
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