The Ebb & Flow

A LETTER FROM THE LOWCOUNTRY LAND TRUST TEAM ON HURRICANE FLORENCE

Dear friends,

No words can express our concern for you and your family and for the land we love and protect.

Hurricane Florence spared most of the Lowcountry but still impacted many of our friends in the Carolinas. The Lowcountry Land Trust team sends our thoughts and prayers to everyone affected.

Our office is open and our team is ready to assist you with recovery, so please don’t hesitate to contact us. We stand by your side, now and into the future.

Give us a call or send an email – we’re here if you need us.

With care,

The LLT Staff

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