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Marshview Trail & Pollinator Garden

The Pollinator Garden is a bright spot along Mount Pleasant’s meandering Marshview Trail. This garden is tended to by lead volunteer, Jackie Ashbaugh, and a devoted team of certified Master Gardeners. Jackie and the team’s installations of native plants and milkweeds provide safe habitats for bees and newly endangered monarch butterflies. Beyond the garden, the Marshview Trail transitions from southern pines into maritime forests with large oaks and rewarding saltmarsh views. The brisk 0.4-mile stroll also includes a popular dog park and ends by overlooking Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms. East Cooper Land Trust, now Lowcountry Land Trust, proudly protects Marshview Trail forever with a conservation easement.

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