The Ebb & Flow

President’s Log: January 5, 2021

Dear Friends, 

Happy New Year! We hope your holiday season was filled with peace, joy, and opportunities to get out and enjoy the places you love. 

Over the past few weeks, the restorative nature of family and fresh air has me ready to take on 2021. And, I’m excited to announce that Ashley Demosthenes returns this week from her leave. You’ll hear from Ashley next week.

In the spirit of the new year, it’s a perfect time for us to recommit to (or deepen) our connection to the rich bounty of the Lowcountry landscape. Last year, we were reminded just how much our waterways and green spaces contribute to our community’s health and well-being. This year, we want to celebrate these incredible places and continue our mission to protect them in perpetuity. 

Join us in hope and gratitude as we preserve more landscapes, natural resources, and water quality for our Lowcountry community. We can’t wait to share our plans for 2021 with you.

With Warm Regards,
David Ray
Chief Conservation Officer
Lowcountry Land Trust

[The President’s Log will feature a series of rotating guest writers, including LLT staff and board, as well as friends of Lowcountry Land Trust]

This edition of the Lowcountry Land Trust President’s Log is presented
with support from The GEL Group. Thank you!

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