The Ebb and The Flow

Category: Land Conservation

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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Lowcountry Land Trust Permanently Protects Upper Edisto River Tract

Lowcountry Land Trust Permanently Protects Upper Edisto River Tract Willow Lake Vital for Water Qualtiy in ACE Basin Lowcountry Land Trust announced the permanent protection of 1,373 acres in the […]

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2019 Project Spotlight Series: Boone Hall Plantation

Boone Hall Plantation, 599 acres, Charleston County Earlier this spring, when The Post and Courier kicked off a new series entitled “Boom and Balance,” they reported that the population of […]

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2019 Project Spotlight: Big Snooks

Big Snooks, 228 acres, Jasper County The 2.8 million-acre Savannah River Basin provides drinking water for 1.5 million people in South Carolina and Georgia. As you can imagine, protecting a […]

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2019 Project Spotlight: Holly Bluff II

Holly Bluff II, 449 acres, Colleton County Landscape conservation is a long game. Take the ACE Basin–1.7M acres of upland and wetland habitat bound by the Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto […]

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2019 Project Spotlight: Drayton Hall Marsh Tracts

Photo by Green Eyes Aero Drayton Hall Marsh Tracts, 104 acres, Charleston County This is the story of the land across the river from Drayton Hall, a National Historic Landmark […]

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2019 Project Spotlight: Dawn of Hope Plantation

Dawn of Hope Plantation, 731 acres, Colleton County Drop your kayak into the Ashepoo River, and even with a strong pull and the tide at your back, it would take […]

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2019 Project Spotlight: Legacy Farms

Legacy Farms, 367 acres, Hampton County In rural Hampton County near the headwaters of the Coosawhatchie River by Lake Warren State Park, lie 367 acres of fields, forests and wetlands […]

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LOWCOUNTRY LAND TRUST PROTECTS ACE BASIN PROPERTY

Lowcountry Land Trust Protects ACE Basin Property Ashepoo River Frontage to Remain Forever Scenic At the ACE Basin 30th anniversary earlier this month, Lowcountry Land Trust President and CEO Ashley […]

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LOOKING BACK AT 2019

It’s that time of year, a time to look back and reflect, a time to celebrate and honor members of our community like you who protect the Lowcountry lands and […]

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THE UNTOLD STORY OF BOONE HALL

When Willie McRae moved to Boone Hall Plantation, he was a toddler, barely walking. In 1956, his mother opened the property, which she described as “the most beautiful place in […]

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