Lowcountry Land Trust partners with landowners and community organizations to permanently protect and nurture the land throughout coastal South Carolina. Founded in 1986, Lowcountry Land Trust has worked for more than 35 years to protect irreplaceable landscapes that make South Carolina extraordinary.
The organization has grown from a small community effort that rallied to protect Alge Island on the Stono River to an institution that protects more than 150,000 acres of coastal land and water. Places like Angel Oak Preserve, Marshview Trail, and Magnolia Park and Community Garden are publicly accessible and protected forever by Lowcountry Land Trust. The conservation of both private and public land is foundational to the health of our coastal ecosystem and our identity as South Carolinians.
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