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Elizabeth Rhine

Elizabeth Rhine

Land Professional, Greenville, SC Office
Licensed in: SC
Cell: 864-982-9890
Office: 855-384-5263
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Elizabeth began her career with National Land Realty in 2016, having previously worked in environmental remediation and Brownfield redevelopment. She received her Bachelors Degree in Biology from Furman University and her Masters from Webster University.

Elizabeth lives in Greenville, SC, with her husband of 25 years, Erik. They have three daughters, Sarah, Meredith, and Lexi. Elizabeth enjoys flame-working in her spare time.

The Hunter’s Wife Series: Canning End of Summer Gumbo

September 11, 2018 by Elizabeth Rhine

It’s September and your garden is starting to look tired, with the exception of a few things. My little garden is producing...

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Another Way to Make Your Wetlands an Asset – The Wetlands Mitigation Bank

February 09, 2018 by Elizabeth Rhine

You probably already appreciate your wetlands for the natural beauty and bountiful duck hunting they provide. In this blog, I...

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The Hunter’s Wife Series – Venison Saag Recipe

November 29, 2017 by Elizabeth Rhine

This year’s Thanksgiving has come and gone. You did your annual hunt over the holiday and now you’ve got 20 pound...

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The Hunter’s Wife Series – Burger Topping Recipes

October 28, 2017 by Elizabeth Rhine

Summer might be over, but football season is here – which means there’s still lots of grilling out to do! Here are th...

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The Hunter’s Wife Series: Hearty Venison Meatloaf Recipe

October 11, 2017 by Elizabeth Rhine

I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing like the South cooling off a bit just as school starts – only to heat up ag...

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