Protecting The Land For Generations To Come
A. Angel Oak Preserve
Situated at a community crossroads in the heart of Johns Island, this publicly accessible park will provide an opportunity for visitors to gather, learn and celebrate the region's cultural and natural history.
B. Ashem Farm
Ashem Farm is 55 acres of waterfront property on the Ashley River adjacent to Charles Towne Landing.
C. Lowcountry Conservation Initiative
The initiative is to help protect South Carolina Lowcountry wildlife and open lands through land conservation, injured bird medical treatment and educational outreach.
D. Sullivans Island
Sullivans Island is a small, residential island at the mouth of the Charleston Harbor. The accreted beach at Sullivans Island forms a near 80-acre stretch of vegetated dunes, wetlands and white sand beach, which provides unusual habitat and nesting grounds to a wide variety of wildlife species.
E. Ashley River
In addition to serving as an indicator of the changing seasons as its summer green turns to autumnal gold, the marsh also provides strategic, natural buffers and open space to our built environment.
F. Four Holes Swamp
Francis Beidler Forest and adjoining protected lands now comprise a nearly continuous 28-mile ribbon of forested wetland including approximately 1,700 acres of the largest old growth cypress-tupelo swamp forest in the world.
G. Wadmalaw Island
Wadmalaw Island is an ecologically rich and culturally diverse sea island that supports a healthy agricultural land base, a strong Gullah community and modest development that, for the most part, respects the rural character of the island.