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Growers Group Focuses on Farming & Conservation

Lowcountry Open Land Trust joins Lowcountry Local First to discuss the intersection between local agriculture and our conservation landscape. Farmers and landowners will learn how a local farming operation may compliment a property protected via conservation easement. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions about farmland leasing, contracts and conservation. See details below!

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