Courtesy of Skidaway Farms

Savannah’s iconic grower of organic produce now is offering weekly farm baskets for island residents.

Walker Farms’ Owner Relinda Walker has been selling organic vegetables to area chefs for more than 10 years, and at the Forsyth Farmers Market since its opening.

Sign up now to take part in this limited opportunity to receive weekly baskets of the freshest local produce and eggs, as you support local agriculture. Only 25 memberships are available.

Thank you to all who attended our Annual Meeting! Once again, we had a tremendous turnout. It is a pleasure to work and live in a community that has such strong support and engagement. You can read full details of the meeting in this issue, as well as view the PowerPoint presentation on our website (

The Landings Association has received the Economic Impact Study commissioned last year.

The purpose of this study is to understand The Landings’ economic impact in the greater Savannah area, including how much our residents give back to Savannah via charitable donations and volunteer hours. It will help define and improve relationships with Chatham County and the State of Georgia, such that the Association can express expectations for representation, ensure that The Landings receives the appropriate level of services, and help resolve regulatory issues.

Courtesy of Landings Association Public Works

The vertical baler used to bale cardboard at The Landings Association’s Recycling Center is scheduled for repairs beginning Monday, March 7. Barring any unforeseen complications, the repairs should be completed no later than Friday, March 11.

The Landings Association’s Public Works Department has contracted Industrial Compactor Maintenance to complete the repairs and conduct the annual preventive maintenance on the unit. In order to have the repairs completed, the baler will be out of service for a minimum of five days (March 7-11).

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

If you need a little extra boost to get you through the cool months, hold on to warm thoughts of The Landings Association’s activities that will begin in March.

To add to the traditional cookout and cruise fun that is par for the course each year, the Association has added Movie Nights.

To kick off the parties, Landings Harbor will host the first Movie Night of the Season on March 26 with Hop. Festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m., and the movie will start at 8 p.m.

By Rory Jose -
Marinas Director

The burst of budding trees and colorful azaleas have all of us at the Marinas looking forward to an early spring.

Courtesy of Landings Dog Park

If you are a frequent visitor to the Dog Park, then navigating the “chute” area probably is not challenging for you and your pet. However, for a new Dog Park member or visitor, navigating this area may be intimidating.

The chute area is the first gated area from which you enter the Dog Park. It is a good idea to keep your dog leashed until you get into the chute area, which allows control of your pet until you enter the large or the small Dog Park.

Courtesy of CCA

The Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Skidaway will present an introduction to fly fishing at the March meeting and seminar on Monday, March 8, at St. Peter’s Church beginning at 7 p.m.

Walker Hopkins and Chad Dubose of Rivers & Glen Trading Company will be the featured speakers. Wallker and Chad will give attendees an overview of fly fishing knots, casting, flies for fishing for coastal gamefish, and fishing the lagoons in The Landings, as well as a complete rundown of the tackle needed, such as fly rods, reels, line, tools, and accessories.

By: Lars Ljungdahl -
Southside Fire Department

Fire Call Responses Skidaway Island



Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

This year, 100% of The Landings Company’s agents are supporting Sustainable Skidaway by participating in the March 14 Skidaway Audubon Golf Tournament as hole sponsors and donors.

According to Landings Company President Raoul Rushin, the Company is in strong support of the Sustainable Skidaway initiative.