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 […]

Sporting Clays Shoot In Review

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Annual Sporting Clays Shoot—attendees, volunteers, and staff alike! We’re grateful to Bill and Linda Demmer, who hosted the event on their […]

The Ebb & Flow: October

Dear Friends, It’s finally starting to feel like a new season in the Lowcountry, and the slight change in the weather beckons us to deepen our connection to the outdoors. […]

The Ebb & Flow: 35th Anniversary Edition

Dear Friends, Here at the Land Trust, we are celebrating our 35th Anniversary and we cannot thank all of our loyal supporters enough. No matter how you’ve been involved in […]

The Ebb & Flow: August 2021

Dear Friends, I’m not a botanist, but I know enough to be dangerous. Hours of walking in the woods with trained biologists and learning both common and Latin names of […]

The Ebb & Flow: July 2021

Dear Friends, I still remember the summer internship that changed my life. I spent that internship learning about land protection and stewardship, and how this innovative tool–conservation easements–can be used […]

The Ebb & Flow: June 2021

Dear friends, This past month has been a whirlwind of activity at Lowcountry Land Trust. Thanks to two gifts in memory of VAdm. Douglas C. Plate, a former board member […]

The Ebb & Flow: May 2021

Dear Friends, I have good news!  Lowcountry Land Trust is celebrating its 35th anniversary, and with that, we are fast approaching two significant milestones – the protection of 500 properties […]

The Ebb & Flow: April, 2021

Dear Friends, We have made it to April, at long last. I don’t know about you, but this month I feel a stronger sense of rebirth than I ever have […]