We’re Hiring a Part-Time Communications Coordinator

Lowcountry Land Trust seeks a part-time, entry-level Communications Coordinator (CC) who will assist the Advancement team in fundraising, outreach, and events through operations and communications support. Reporting to the Communications […]

Meet Summer GIS Intern Meredith McLeod

The soul of Lowcountry Land Trust is our commitment to preserving the natural beauty and ecological health of the Lowcountry landscape while fostering strong community ties. This summer, we are […]

The Importance of Pollinators and How to Attract Them

Pollinators play a crucial role in our ecosystem by facilitating plant reproduction, ensuring food security, and maintaining biodiversity. Bees, butterflies, birds, and other pollinators enable plants’ fertilization process and the […]

Introducing the Beefield Community Park Project

At the end of 2023, Lowcountry Land Trust successfully protected approximately four acres within the Beefield settlement community on James Island in partnership with local stakeholders and the support of […]

A Conservationist’s Guide to Lowcountry Waterways

Introduction As stewards of the Lowcountry’s stunning waterways, we understand the delicate balance between enjoying nature’s wonders and preserving them for future generations. Whether you’re a seasoned angler, an avid […]