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Port Collaboration Coverage

Announcement of Collaboration at Silk Hope Plantation
Announcement of Collaboration at Silk Hope Plantation

Three separate pieces appeared over the weekend and in this morning’s paper celebrating our partnership with the business community and the purchase of our first conservation project utilizing the Port’s revolving land funds.  One is a joint letter from Land Trust Executive Director Ashley Demosthenes, SC Ports President Jim Newsome and Conservation League Executive Director Dana Beach. The other two pieces are an article by Bo Petersen on the French Quarter Purchase and an editorial on Conservation and Business working well together through the Port Collaboration.

Joint Land Trust, SC Ports and Conservation League Letter

French Quarter Purchase Article

Editorial on Conservation and Business Working Well with Port Collaboration

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