Most people probably don’t realize that the Lowcountry has the world’s third oldest Habitat for Humanity affiliate. While Sea Island has a rich 37-year history, it continues to seek new and better ways to build affordable homes.
Its emerging Laurel Oak Grove neighborhood on James Island is a great example of two important innovations: a new construction philosophy and site design that emphasizes community.
*Robert Behre. (2015, May 02). Sea Island Habitat for Humanity’s Newest Neighborhood Emphasizes All Sorts of Green. Post & Courier. Retrieved from http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150502/PC1207/150509901
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