Community members are invited to explore and clean up the 35-acre property owned by Lowcountry Land Trust that surrounds the Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island. This land sits between Maybank Highway and Bohicket Road and is the home to the future Angel Oak Preserve.
The clean-up will occur on Wednesday, April 19, at the Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island. It will begin promptly at 10 am, and registration is required. Please dress weather-appropriate and bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and bug spray. We also recommend wearing sturdy shoes and long sleeves/pants. Please note there are some areas with poison ivy on the property.
Founded in 1986, Lowcountry Land Trust partners with landowners and local stakeholders to permanently protect and nurture land throughout coastal South Carolina. Lowcountry Land Trust holds conservation easements on over 150,000 acres across 17 counties in coastal South Carolina and manages community-centered places such as the Angel Oak Preserve. More information about the Lowcountry Land Trust is available at www.lowcountrylandtrust.org.