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Gilbreth Covers Camp Ho Non Wah Easement

In today’s Post and Courier Edward Gilbreth’s byline is Boy Scout camp Ho Non Wah conservation a major coup. The Land Trust could not agree more!

Elizabeth Hagood, Executive Director of the Lowcountry Open Land Trust, and Hugh Lane, chairman of the Charleston County Greenbelt Bank Board, are both quoted in the article on the value of protecting this property. Camp Ho Non Wah is a special property that holds a lot of meaning for many Boy Scout supporters and local residents . The Lowcountry Open Land Trust is honored to hold the easement and to know the property is protected for future generations.

Check Out the full article on Camp Ho Non Wah

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