He Says Goodbye, She Says Hello

Charleston, SC– Scores of well wishers turned out on a recent uncommonly cold Sunday afternoon in historic downtown Charleston to say goodbye to Dana Beach. Beach, the founder of South Carolina-based Coastal Conservation League announced he’s stepping back from day to day operations at the environmental organization he created 28 years ago. Under his stewardship the group has successfully blocked several initiatives that were deemed harmful to the environment. He’s received numerous awards for his efforts including the Order of the Palmetto – South Carolina’s highest honor. Replacing Beach is prominent environmental attorney Laura Cantrel of the Meridian Institute in Washington, DC, where she was very involved in ocean policy.

Among those attending the “hello and goodbye” ceremony was developer Candace Dyal. Dyal, the President of Dyal Compass is a green-living advocate and the brainchild behind Kiawah Island’s Indigo Park. Indigo Park is a LEED (Leadership in Eneregy and Environmental Design) Certified development of 16 luxury, sustainably built custom homes. The project is represented by Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty in Charleston. Accompanying Dyal was BJ D’Elia, a sales Associate with the firm who specializes in luxury vacation homes in The Lowcountry region of South Carolina.
For more information about available homes for sale at Indigo Park, visit the website here.