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2022 Sporting Clays Shoot Tickets Now Available

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On Saturday, October 22, and Sunday, October 23, Lowcountry Land Trust will host its annual Sporting Clays Shoot fundraiser at Brosnan Forest, a protected, private property owned by Norfolk Southern in Dorchester County.

“The significance of Brosnan Forest cannot be overstated. The property serves as an anchor within the near-contiguous greenbelt surrounding the growing Charleston region, protecting water quality and vital wildlife habitats,” said Ashley Demosthenes, President and CEO of Lowcountry Land Trust.

Experienced and novice shooters are encouraged to attend one of four total rotations throughout the weekend. The course will feature 100 targets at over 14 stations. Each squad may include up to 4 people, though participants do not need a full squad to sign up. Official scoring will be kept using Score Chaser.

Winning teams will be announced for each rotation; all-around prizes will be awarded for the best overall shooters for men, ladies, and juniors. A silent auction featuring mostly locally-made hunting and outdoor products and experiences will be a part of the eventful weekend. On Saturday during the lunch hour, stop by to check out local vendors including Haddrell’s Point Tackle Fin To Feather and Marshwear Clothing.

We encourage non-shooters to join us for breathtaking views and traditional Lowcountry festivities that highlight the importance of land conservation in our coastal ecosystem. 

We hope that you will join us at the 2022 Sporting Clays Shoot! Limited tickets are on sale now until October 14!

 

 

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