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We can’t do the important work of preserving our treasured Lowcountry landscape without the participation and support of people like you. Whether joining us at a trash clean up effort, helping a local landowner or lending your time to help produce a Land Trust event, our volunteers are key members of our team. Simply choose the way you would like participate and together we will ensure this unique place endures for generations to come.

Volunteer Blog Feed

Stories from volunteers

August 15, 2018

Coastal erosion is a major problem in the Lowcountry. The constant battering by waves and the periodic blasts by storms slowly eat away at South Carolina’s nearly 2,876 miles of coastline. One way to stop, and even reverse erosion in…

August 10, 2018

If you’ve been keeping in touch with us on Instagram or Facebook, you’ve probably noticed that lots of volunteers are devoting their time, energy, and effort into building living shorelines throughout the Lowcountry. Thanks to our volunteers, business and community…

March 21, 2018

Our clocks have sprung forward. The sun stays out past dinner. And the bugs are coming out of hiding. How is it possible that the first quarter of the year has already come and gone? It’s spring, meaning it’s time…

January 17, 2018

2017 was a year filled with action - 61 volunteers participated in seven different projects that ranged from litter cleanups to installing "Protected Forever" signs on Lowcountry Land Trust protected properties. Volunteers donated over 307 hours of their time to…

April 22, 2017

In celebration of Earth Day 2017 Boeing employees clean up at Angel Oak    We teamed up with Boeing South Carolina and Keep Charleston Beautiful to do a clean up project on the future home of the Angel Oak Preserve!…

October 15, 2016

Goldbug Oyster Restoration Land Trust performs oyster restoration project at Goldbug   In the spring of 2016 Lowcountry Land Trust collaborated on a second oyster restoration project with The Nature Conservancy (TNC). With the help of over 150 volunteers, we…

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