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Learn How to Preserve the Angel Oak on Lowcountry Live September 10

Tune into ABC News 4 at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 10 to watch Lowcountry Live to learn more about how to Preserve Angel Oak. Rutledge Young Jr., Lowcountry Open Land Trust Board President, will appear on the show to discuss the need for protecting the 17 acres surrounding the Angel Oak and the funds needed for the project.

The map below illustrates the 17 acres that Lowcountry Open Land Trust is working to preserve.

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