The Ebb & Flow

Lowcountry Land Trust Protects Land on the Black River

Lowcountry Land Trust Protects Land on the Black River Millgrove Plantation adds to larger Black River conservation effort  CHARLESTON, S.C. — Lowcountry Land Trust has announced the permanent protection of […]

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Introducing: Wild Reads

  Dear Friends, Lowcountry Land Trust is excited to announce our new monthly online reading club: Wild Reads, a series of short stories and brief essays that explore our complex […]

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The Ebb & Flow: August 2021

Dear Friends, I’m not a botanist, but I know enough to be dangerous. Hours of walking in the woods with trained biologists and learning both common and Latin names of […]

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Native Planting with Collette DeGarady

Colette DeGarady has worked for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) for over 15 years and is proud to be part of a conservation community protecting important places and helping people connect […]

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We’re Hiring: Controller

Lowcountry Land Trust (LLT) seeks an experienced self-driven finance professional with a passion for nonprofit excellence. The Controller works in partnership with the LLT Leadership Team and the Finance and […]

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The Ebb & Flow: July 2021

Dear Friends, I still remember the summer internship that changed my life. I spent that internship learning about land protection and stewardship, and how this innovative tool–conservation easements–can be used […]

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Meet Our 2021 Summer Interns

We would like to formally introduce you to our summer interns! Through researching the history of the lands we conserve, performing economic analyses, and organizing community outreach surrounding new projects, […]

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Why We Conserve Salt Marshes

Water is the fundamental source of life for wildlife and humans alike. Here in the Lowcountry, it shapes our borders, nourishes our bodies, and defines our lifestyles. Conversely, raging storms […]

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The Ebb & Flow: June 2021

Dear friends, This past month has been a whirlwind of activity at Lowcountry Land Trust. Thanks to two gifts in memory of VAdm. Douglas C. Plate, a former board member […]

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The Angel Oak Effect with Samantha Siegel

In 2008, Samantha Siegel took a stand and started a movement to save the Angel Oak and its surrounding land from impending development. Along the way, she garnered support from […]

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The Ebb & Flow: May 2021

Dear Friends, I have good news!  Lowcountry Land Trust is celebrating its 35th anniversary, and with that, we are fast approaching two significant milestones – the protection of 500 properties […]

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