Year In Review: 2021

This year, we made great strides: we protected more land, got back to in-person events, fulfilled our stewardship responsibilities, and had the honor of working with passionate conservationists, all of […]

Protecting the Sea Islands with Natalie Olson

As an organization, we are always looking for new ways to meet the conservation needs of our coastal South Carolina communities. To address this need, we are excited to announce […]

Why We Conserve: Wildlife and Agriculture

At the Land Trust, we are proud of how our work is in direct harmony with the culture and activity of the Lowcountry. By preserving land we also preserve the […]

NEW BOARD MEMBER FEATURE: DAMIAN JOSEPH

Lowcountry Land Trust is excited to introduce Damian Joseph as one of our newest board members. Damian currently serves as a Vice President for the London-based international PR firm, SE10, […]

New Board Member Feature: Jim Porter

Lowcountry Land Trust is excited to introduce Jim Porter, one of our newest board members. Jim currently serves as a Strategic Advisor for WestRock, where, prior to retiring in December […]

New Board Member Feature: Susan Johnson, Ph.D.

Susan Johnson, Ph.D., is one of Lowcountry Land Trust’s newest board members and has represented MUSC on our Business Leadership Council since 2015. Susan currently serves as the Director of […]

Native Planting with Collette DeGarady

Colette DeGarady has worked for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) for over 15 years and is proud to be part of a conservation community protecting important places and helping people connect […]

The Angel Oak Effect with Samantha Siegel

In 2008, Samantha Siegel took a stand and started a movement to save the Angel Oak and its surrounding land from impending development. Along the way, she garnered support from […]

Protecting Home with Albert George

Albert George has had the honor to serve as the first Director of Conservation at the South Carolina Aquarium, positioning the organization as a leader in the field. He passionately […]