- Associated Press - Saturday, October 4, 2014

MCCLELLANVILLE, S.C. (AP) - A nonprofit group based in Charleston is out cleaning old crab traps and other gear so the ropes won’t entangle wildlife along the South Carolina coast.

Representatives of Wounded Nature-Working Veterans are clearing areas on Cedar Island on Saturday at the Santee Coastal Reserve near McClellanville.

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources will be using the old crab traps to help create new oyster colonies in the state’s coastal waters.

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