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Coastal Conservation League Highlights LOLT Director of Land Protection, Lewis Hay and LOLT Member, Doug Sass

The Lowcountry Open Land Trust’s Director of Land Protection, Lewis Hay and Lowcountry Open Land Trust Member, Doug Sass are highlighted in the most recent issue of the Coastal Conservation League’s Newsletter.  The duo has created a farming partnership on Hay’s Oak Grove Farm.  They have been working closely with GrowFood Carolina on the marketing and delivery of their crops. 

Lewis and Doug have a great partnership and they are two of our favorite people!

 Check out the entire article here: Coastal Conservation League Highlights Lewis Hay and Doug Sass

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