The Ebb and The Flow

President’s Log: September 22, 2020

“Ye marshes, how candid and simple and nothing-withholding and free, Ye publish yourselves to the sky and offer yourselves to the sea.” — Sidney Lanier Dear Friends, Today marks the […]

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President’s Log: September 15, 2020

Dear Friends, This week, I’d like to turn the tables on you. Instead of me telling you what I’m thinking about, I want to ask you to share with me. […]

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President’s Log: September 8, 2020

Dear Friends, I don’t know about y’all, but the anticipation of fall and cooler weather always seems to consume me this time of year. As a passionate outdoorsman and hunter, […]

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President’s Log: September 1, 2020

Dear Friends, If we are to leave this world better than we found it, for the ones who come after us, then we must do better than the ones who […]

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Megan Ramsey Recognized

Megan Ramsey Recognized in “Forty Under 40” 2020 Class of Honorees and Accepted into Leadership Charleston Class of 2021 Lowcountry Land Trust (LLT) is pleased to announce that Megan Ramsey, […]

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President’s Log: August 25, 2020

Dear Friends, I hope you all are finding creative ways to beat the heat this summer! With so many indoor activities closed or limited, I am grateful to have the […]

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What’s at stake?

Take a moment, close your eyes, and envision a farm. What do you see? We each have our own vision of a farm, and for many of us, we have […]

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President’s Log: August 18, 2020

Dear Friends, “Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.”  – Norman Maclean Here in the South Carolina Lowcountry, our waterways may contribute as much to […]

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President’s Log: August 11, 2020

Dear Friends, I hope this week’s President Log finds you well and staying healthy. What a summer it has been! I also hope you have enjoyed hearing from our very […]

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President’s Log: August 4, 2020

Dear Friends, When I visit Land Trust properties, I like to think of the histories of these lands. Who lived there and why were they there? Was it of their […]

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President’s Log: July 28, 2020

Dear Friends, Have you ever ventured north? No, I don’t mean New York, but South Carolina’s North Coast. It wasn’t until I transitioned into the North Coast Project Manager role […]

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