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Rosebrock Park Opens in Dorchester County

Using S.C. Conservation Bank funds, the Land Trust bought 65 acres of valuable waterfront property at Bacon’s Bridge along the Ashley River, and subsequently transferred the property to the Dorchester Trust Foundation for use as a passive, public park.

(l-r) Batson Hewitt, Norman Brunswig, Richard Rosebrock, Larry Hargett and Coy Johnston

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