Collective Conservation

The combined land portfolio represents more than 500 conservation easements, 20 fee simple properties, and iconic public spaces such as Boone Hall, Angel Oak Preserve, Marshview Trail, Conch Creek Island, and stations 9 and 19 on Sullivan’s Island. The organization will continue outreach activities and programming that connect people to the land and the myriad public benefits of conservation.

Conservation easements held by ECLT will be transferred to LLT for perpetual stewardship. ECLT’s fee simple properties and deed restrictions will be conveyed to subsidiary organizations controlled by LLT. Land interests held by the East Cooper Foundation will remain in place with governance provided by the expanded Lowcountry Board of Trustees.

Upcoming Events, Volunteer Opportunities + Workshops

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