Conserving Rice and Gullah Heirtage Together

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation is supporting efforts by the NC Land Trust and the town of Navassa, a small (est 1500), but growing town in the Rice Kingdom to preserve elements of Gullah history and culture. This grant is to move the town and organization in the direction of protecting historic rice culture land and to investigate the prospects for a Gullah cultural institute in North Carolina.
It seems clear that exciting momentum is building on many fronts as a result of the Gullah Geechee Corridor.

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