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Ellen Gass, Field Specialist, published in Appalachian Trail Journeys magazine

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Our very own Ellen Gass, Field Specialist, has been published in the Fall 2015 Appalachian Trail Journeys magazine! An enthusiastic and avid backpacker, Ellen recently pursued her life-long goal of thru-hiking […]

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The Land Trust welcomes Chris Vaughn, Director of Field Operations

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The Land Trust welcomes Chris Vaughn to the staff as Director of Field Operations. Chris will be working to leverage conservation efforts and strengthen landowner relationships with his initial focus […]

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Living Shoreline Demonstration Project: Conservation Connections

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A beautiful summer day on Wadmalaw Island brought nearly 50 volunteers to a Land Trust protected property along the banks of Church Creek to participate in the installation of a […]

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A Big Thank You To LOLT 2014 Summer Interns!

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The Land Trust extends a big thank you to our summer 2104 interns. They were a pleasure to work with and helped us accomplish an incredible amount of work. The LOLT Summer […]

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LOLT Securing Additional 18 Acres to Avert Development Of 500 Units Near Fragile Tree

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Preserving the beloved Angel Oak is again the focus of a community-wide effort organized by the Lowcountry Open Land Trust and designed to secure a final tract of land near […]

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Angel Oak Preserve Celebration A Success

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More than 50 community members gathered under the Angel Oak on Thursday, December 19 to celebrate the preservation of 17 acres adjacent to the majestic tree. Students from several local […]

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LOLT Seeks To Purchase Second 17 Acres Near Angel Oak

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A recent article in the Post and Courier discussed the Lowcountry Open Land Trust’s desire to purchase a second 17-acre piece of land adjacent to the Angel Oak. LOLT successfully […]

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SC Ports Gives $2,000 to Angel Oak Campaign; Additional $2,000 for Lowcountry Conservation Initiative

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The South Carolina Ports Authority has awarded $4,000 to the Lowcountry Open Land Trust (LOLT) as part of its Community Giving program. LOLT received a $2,000 award to support the […]

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Reuters Covers Angel Oak Campaign

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Harriet McLoed of Reuters wrote in her article, South Carolinians raising millions to protect centuries-old Angel Oak: “A group trying to preserve the centuries-old Angel Oak near Charleston, South Carolina, […]

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Preserve Angel Oak Campaign Extended; More Than 9,000 Individuals Have Donated to Effort

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In response to an unprecedented show of community support, the Lowcountry Open Land Trust (LOLT) has extended its effort to raise private funds for its Preserve Angel Oak campaign. In late […]

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