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Dixie Plantation Exciting Educational Hub

Slide1 Last week Lowcountry Open Land Trust joined the College of Charleston’s Biology class to seine the pond and tidal creek. It was exciting to see young conservationists work with college biology students. Nurturing the next generation’s connection to the land while engaging in educational opportunities on a conserved property is what Dixie does best. The Land Trust is partnering with College to tell the story through video of Dixie and its impact on regional conservation. More to come in 2015!

Make sure to enjoy the gallery of pictures in addition to the story.

College of Charleston’s Dixie Plantation Focused on Improving Access to Students

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