VideoLearn about the significance of farming in the lives of African Americans. As the only African American historical living farm museum in the United States, Freewoods Farm is devoted to recognizing the...
Pee Dee Explorer
What does it mean when someone says they are from the "Pee Dee" of South Carolina? A place is bigger than its physical geography. A "sense of place" weaves together our experiences with the land, its culture and lifestyle. SCETV partnered with the Pee Dee Land Trust to create a website highlighting the many natural, cultural, historic, and agricultural landmarks of the Pee Dee region of South Carolina.
Pee Dee Explorer features over six hours of video vignettes that characterize the natural, cultural, and agricultural landscapes of the Pee Dee region of South Carolina. Pee Dee Explorer is divided into chapters that provide various contexts for telling the story of the region. Each chapter contains a collection of video stories and accompanying text, based on well-known and "off the beaten path" landmarks found in the Pee Dee.
VideoThe Department of Natural Resources has properties that are working forests
VideoThe history and culture of African Americans in Georgetown, South Carolina
VideoAn overview of the Pee Dee, including the landscape and wildlife
VideoPark rangers examine some hatching birds.
VideoExplaining the process of bee keeping
VideoBennettsville was named for the state's newly elected governor, Thomas Bennett. The town was partially burned during the Civil War and was referred to as the "pretty little town" by Union Troops...
VideoVisit the four treasure-filled buildings at the Marlboro County Historical Museum complex. The 1826 Jennings-Brown House served as Union Headquarters during Bennettsville occupation.
VideoLearning how birds are tagged and monitored
VideoThe Swainson's Warbler of the Woodbury Tract in the Pee Dee region