The Ebb & Flow

Land Trust Hosts Great Kickoff Event for the Angel Oak Preserve Fundraising Campaign!

Photo Barbara Holmes

On Wednesday the Lowcountry Open Land Trust held a Press Announcement at Angel Oak to celebrate Charleston County Greenbelt’s commitment of 2.4 million toward the purchase of Angel Oak Preserve. At the event Mayor Riley announced that the he would like for the City of Charleston to contribute $250,000 toward the 1.2 million the Land Trust needs to raise for Angel Oak Preserve. Great kickoff to the Angel Oak Preserve Fundraising Campaign!

See the Post and Courier’s full coverage here.

 

Click here to learn more about angel oak preserve and donate

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Posts

Putting a conservation easement on a property is the first step in a relationship that lasts forever. While many LLT…

On Friday, July 29, 2022 - Lowcountry Land Trust had the pleasure of visiting Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge alongside…

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC —The Open Space Institute, Lord Berkeley Conservation Trust, and Lowcountry Land Trust announce the creation of the…

The Sewee Longleaf Conservation Cooperative is hosting a series of workshops for landowners in Georgetown, Williamsburg, Charleston, and Berkeley Counties.…

CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC –  Lowcountry Land Trust (LLT) has announced that, in partnership with a group of local stakeholders, it…

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC - Lowcountry Land Trust (LLT) today announced the sale and permanent protection of Hyde Park Plantation, a 604-acre…