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Press and Standard Highlights Hagood and LOLT Vision Process

The Walterboro Press and Standard reported on the Land Trust’s visioning process and Elizabeth Hagood’s ability to lead the process.  It is an exciting time for the Land Trust and our community.  As the Press and Standard says, “There is none better qualified to lead the way, and she obviously intends to do just that.”  The story covers the Op-Ed in last week’s Post and Courier and the consistent themes of Education, Rural Economy and Outreach.   Press & Standard March 2

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