We held an awesome annual meeting yesterday, which was a great kick-off to our conservation visioning process. Thank you to everyone who attended; we could not have imagined a better day. The valuable input our members and elected officials gave us yesterday was a wonderful start to this interesting process.
What is a conservation plan and how can you add to it? Conservation and vision are words that leave people puzzled. On Wednesday evening, we hope you will join us to talk about the places you love and what they mean to you. The goal of this meeting is to hear from you and to use your input to shape the future of the Land Trust and the vistas that we want to protect in the Lowcountry for the future. Together, with open and honest dialogue, we can begin an extraordinary process in honor of the landscapes we love. In today’s edition of the Post and Courier, there is an article and an editorial about the process and Wednesday night’s meeting.
Thank you all who have participated so far and thank you in advance for those of you who will be attending Wednesday’s Meeting. We are looking forward to hearing from YOU!
Dress is casual and there should be plenty of street parking, there is parking under the library (first hour free and .50 an hour after that), also the Gaillard garage ($2 first hour, $1 each additional hour).
LOLT Public Meeting on A Vision for Conservation
February 8th, 5:30pm
68 Calhoun Street, Charleston County Library
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Please feel free to call Elizabeth Brown at 577-6510 with any questions.