Manning group hosts 'Go Native' on Oct. 18

Clarendon contributor
Posted 10/3/23

MANNING - Native trees, shrubs, plants and flowers provide more than just beauty. They are a natural habitat for myriad wildlife, including birds and insects who rely on them for food, homes, places to hide and water.

At 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. …

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