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2017 Annual Picnic Recap

2017 Annual Picnic Recap

Enterprise Farm, Wadmalaw Island

 

On April 1st, over 360 Land Trust supporters attended the Annual Picnic at Enterprise Farm on Wadmalaw Island.

Enterprise Farm is a protected property consisting of 150 acres with a half mile on Wadmalaw Sound.The eventwas hosted by Land Trust Board Chair Steve Gates and wife, Laura.

A sincere thank you to our sponsors, many of whom have supported the Land Trust for years:

VanSmith Concrete: 25 years of giving

Charleston Appraisal Services:  23 years of giving

Holcombe, Fair, and Lane: 16 years of giving

Roy and Amanda Maybank Foundation: 13 years of giving

Additionally, we’d like to thank our partners at EventHaus, Nature’s Calling and Food Waste Disposal.  EventHaus has reduced our event rental cost for the year by one-third and Nature’s Calling donates facilities for all of ourevents. Food Waste Disposal helps to keep our footprint and impact low by providing composting and recycling services. In-kind donations like these keep our expenses low so that the proceeds can be placed back directly into conservation efforts.

Click here to see the 2017 Annual Picnic Flickr album. More photos coming soon!

 

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