Sold Out – Soul of the Lowcountry Oyster Roast

Goldbug Island 1560 Ben Sawyer Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC, United States

The restoration of local oyster reefs and Lowcountry Land Trust’s land protection efforts are interconnected in their shared goal of preserving and enhancing coastal ecosystems. As part of Lowcountry Land Trust’s community outreach program, Soul of the Lowcountry, we invite you to join us in January for an oyster wire reef build volunteer opportunity (Thurs, […]

Sold Out – SCHBC Happy Hour Highlight

The South Carolina Healthy Business Challenge invites you to join us for the inaugural event in our "Happy Hour Highlights" series hosted in partnership with the Lowcountry Land Trust's Business Leadership Council, featuring bestselling author, physician, and wellness expert, Dr. Ann Kulze on February 7 from 4:00-6:00 pm at Alhambra Hall. About the Event: Nourish […]

Angel Oak Preserve Clean-Up

Save the date for our next clean-up at Angel Oak Preserve on February 21 from 10 am to 12 pm. Register here.

Longleaf Society Conservation Reception

Please save the date for our Annual Longleaf Society Conservation Reception! More details will be emailed to members as the date approaches. Membership in our Longleaf Society is for generous donors who give $2,500 or more during a calendar year. Benefits include early access to event registration, exclusive nature outings and happy hours, and the latest updates […]

Angel Oak Preserve Clean-Up

Save the date for our next clean-up at Angel Oak Preserve on March 13 from 10 am to 12 pm. Register here.

2024 Annual Spring Gathering

Stevens Family Farm Wadmalaw Island

Lowcountry Land Trust’s annual Spring Gathering, presented by Wells Fargo Advisors, will occur on Saturday, April 13, 2024, at Stevens Family Farm on Wadmalaw Island. Situated on 396 acres protected by a Lowcountry Land Trust conservation easement, guests will enjoy a family-friendly, all-inclusive event highlighting the waterfront landscape. Tickets are all-inclusive - $85 for adults […]

Lowcountry Earth Week

Back by popular demand for the second year, Lowcountry Land Trust will partner with over 50 local, conservation-minded organizations to continue its Lowcountry Earth Week initiative in 2024. This week-long celebration of the Lowcountry's natural environment (April 22-28) is set to feature a diverse array of volunteer opportunities, nature activities, seminars, workshops, and festivals. The […]

Common Ground Screening and Discussion

"Common Ground is the highly anticipated sequel to the juggernaut success documentary, Kiss the Ground, which touched over 1 billion people globally and inspired the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to put $20 billion toward soil health." This documentary will be shown for our community at the MUSC Drug Discovery Building, along with a 45 minute conversation […]

Painting At The Angel Oak

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

Community members are invited to put their artistic abilities to the test at this first-ever Painting at the Angel Oak. Facilitated by local artist Frank DeLoach, attendees of all levels are encouraged to put their spin on the beautiful masterpiece – The Angel Oak. All supplies will be provided, including a canvas, paint, and paintbrushes. […]

Registration Full: 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 Friday, April 26, at 418 Owen Street, Charleston, SC 29414 (West Ashley). It will begin promptly at 10 am, and registration […]

Earth Week Celebration at Holy City Brewing

Holy City Brewing 1021 Aragon Ave, North Charleston, South Carolina

Celebrate the end of earth week with all partners of Lowcountry Earth Week through this family-friendly tabling event at Holy City Brewing. This event is open to the public and does not require registration.

In Conversation with Dr. Fields-Black on “COMBEE: Harriet Tubman, the Combahee River Raid, and Black Freedom during the Civil War”

Charleston Library Society 164 King Street, Charleston, South Carolina

The Charleston Library Society and Buxton Books, along with community partners Lowcountry Land Trust, Avery Institute, and the SC Historical Society, are honored to host renowned author and historian Dr. Edda Fields-Black in conversation to discuss her most recent publication, COMBEE: Harriet Tubman, the Combahee River Raid, and Black Freedom during the Civil War. In her […]