MEET THE STEWARSHIP TEAM
Our stewardship team maintains and enhances conservation values on all LLT-protected lands by stewarding conservation easement compliance and soundly managing fee simple holdings.
Kathy oversees the monitoring of all LLT conservation easements and management of LLT’s owned lands. She brings two decades of experience to LLT working in conservation, education, and environmental fields. Her past job roles have included working with nonprofits and local and state governments, with her most recent position being with DHEC’s Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management as a compliance project manager. Kathy holds a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology and a Master of Science in Environmental Studies, both from the College of Charleston.
Sydney is an attorney with extensive leadership experience advising nonprofit organizations on conservation policy, advocacy, and strategic matters. In her role, she ensures the permanence of Lowcountry Land Trust’s protected lands, effectively working to resolve conservation easement compliance issues when applicable. Sydney holds a Bachelor of History from Colby College, a Master of Science in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Utah.
Driven by a love for South Carolina and its natural resources, Hunter remained in his home state to study finance at Wofford College. Prior to joining the LLT team, Hunter worked in general brokerage real estate sales. Hunter is an avid outdoorsman, especially waterfowling and shallow-water fly fishing. In fact, he spent six years prior to real estate sales as a professional inshore fishing guide. With Lowcountry Land Trust, Hunter continues to find value in connecting with landowners, stewarding and protecting the lands he has loved since his childhood.
Conservation easements are a legal agreement entered into voluntarily by both the landowner and Land Trust. The land remains the property of the landowner, and the easement stays with the land, regardless of sale or inheritance.
Community-Accessible, Protected Land
HELP US CONSERVE MORE LAND
By working together with community leaders, private landowners, businesses, and other conservation organizations, we can protect the open land that we need for agriculture, wildlife habitat, resilient infrastructure, and recreational enjoyment.
Our 2025 goal is to surpass 170,000 LLT-conserved acres by protecting properties highly significant to rural landscapes, urbanizing communities, and the Lowcountry’s sense of place.