Lowcountry Earth Week: Landscape Lessons from the Angel Oak Preserve

Redeemer Presbyterian Church 43 Wentworth Street, Charleston, SC

We invite you to join us to hear a lecture from Thomas Woltz, principal and owner of the internationally recognized landscape architecture firm Nelson Byrd Woltz. He will discuss his team’s design process for the Angel Oak Preserve, from the initial visit, through ecological and cultural research, to creative design vision and conceptual renderings. The […]

Lowcountry Earth Week: Angel Oak Preserve Clean Up

Angel Oak Preserve 3688 Angel Oak Road, Johns Island, SC

Community members are invited to explore and clean up the 35-acre property owned by Lowcountry Land Trust that surrounds the Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island. This land sits between Maybank Highway and Bohicket Road and is the home to the future Angel Oak Preserve.  The clean-up will occur on Wednesday, April 19, at the […]

Lowcountry Earth Week: Alge Island Kayak Clean Up

Community members are invited to explore and clean up Alge Island, a property once threatened by development that led to the organization of Lowcountry Land Trust in 1986. The kayak clean-up will occur on Wednesday, April 19, at 418 Owen Street, Charleston, SC 29414 (West Ashley). It will begin promptly at 9 am, and registration […]

2023 Annual Sporting Clays Shoot

Brosnan Forest Dorchester County, SC

SAVE THE DATE: Lowcountry Land Trust is excited to announce that the 2023 sporting clays shoot will take place at Brosnan Forest in Dorchester County once again! We're looking forward to welcoming guests back to this one-of-a-kind Lowcountry property in 2023. For corporate sponsorship opportunities, contact Bea Girndt, Director of Outreach and Events at bgirndt@lowcountrylandtrust.org. […]