Legare Farms Greenbelt Funds
Conservation easements vs. “fee simple” property purchases?
- Protect natural environments and wildlife;
- Improve air and water quality;
- Protect the unique character of rural communities.
It’s Thanksgiving …. RUN!!
These Johns Island residents plan to go away for the holidays … and not come back until well after Christmas. Smart move.
Best holiday wishes to all from the Johns Island Conservancy.
Help Preserve Angel Oak Property
The Lowcountry Open Land Trust has received a $2.4 million grant from the Charleston County Greenbelt fund to purchase a significant portion of the property surrounding the historic Angel Oak on Johns Island. They need to raise $1.2 million more to complete the purchase. PLEASE help out this worthy cause. Go to the Lowcountry Open Land Trust website for more information and to DONATE NOW!
The Preservation Society of Charleston has installed a State historic marker at the Progressive Clb on Johns Island. The Conservancy co-hosted the unveiling ceremony on Sunday, Sept 8, 2013. Read more …..
New Feature – Slide Shows
Slide shows and photo galleries via SmugMug. Click a picture below to view the slide show: