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CHAMPIONS OF NATURE

Champions of Nature

Writer: Stephanie Hunt
Photographer: Kate Thornton
Charleston Magazine | October 2019

“’It’s not just that we are women,’” notes Ashley Demosthenes, president and CEO of Lowcountry Land Trust. ‘It’s a passing of the torch from legacy leaders to the next generation.’ Meet three women whose passion for the environment is matched only by their talent and determination to step up and lead the way.”

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