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Join us for the LLT Business Breakfast on Oct 19

Join us for our Business Breakfast on Oct 19

7:30-9:00am at the Cooper River Room


Join us on October 19th for the Lowcountry Land Trust Business Breakfast from 7:30-9:00am at the Cooper River Room. Please see invitation below or download PDF version by clicking here

This breakfast is designed to bring together the business and conservation communities to celebrate successful projects and discuss timely issues including: regional planning efforts, policy measures, and how to collaborate on a path forward for the benefit of our community.

The meeting will be interactive and provide insight into effective, community-driven planning and tools for implementation. 

Meet Our Speakers

Senator George E. “Chip” Campsen of SC District 43 will present on local and state investments in conservation and associated policy measures including the SC Conservation Bank.

Marc Smiley, Principal of Solid Ground Consulting based in Portland, Oregon, will facilitate and interactive feedback, brainstorming and listening session regarding a regional conservation vision for the Lowcountry.

Purchase Tickets

Please purchase your tickets no later than October 12 on our Eventbrite page by clicking here. Space is limited at this event.

For more information, contact Ashley Demosthenes at

Join us for the LLT Business Breakfast on October 19
Join us for the LLT Business Breakfast on October 19

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