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SC Conservation Bank makes possible conservation of Fort Fair Lawn

SCCB makes possible conservation of Fort Fair Lawn

photo credit: Post & Courier

 

Another exciting success made possible by the South Carolina Conservation Bank! On Thursday, November 17th, Lord Berkeley Conservation Trust and South Carolina Battleground Preservation Trust announced that Fort Fair Lawn, one of the two remaining intact Revolutionary War forts and perhaps the most impressive, will be conserved with plans for public access. Check out this article from the Post & Courier to learn more about Fort Fair Lawn and this project: Post & Courier: Intact Revolutionary War earthworks conserved, to be opened to view

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