...for future generations.
The Congaree Land Trust was founded in 1992 by seven individuals with a commitment to conserving the natural and scenic lands of central South Carolina.
It's about more than acres.
It is about more than acres, it is about maintaining our way of life.
The land has defined us for generations. It is South Carolina’s number one economic driver, it is where we go for our recreation, it is what we rely on for our basic needs. South Carolina is experiencing unprecedented growth. The Congaree Land Trust is working to ensure there are land conservation priorities to protect our quality of life.
You can be a part of that work.
You can help us maintain your way of life.
We offer some of the best nature outings in town!
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Green For Your Green: Capturing opportunities in emerging ecosystem services markets
Green For Your Green: Capturing opportunities in emerging ecosystem services markets. Hosted By: Congaree Land Trust & SC Land Trust NetworkMore Info & Registration
Equestrians Trail Ride
Save the Date for a Spring Equestrians Trail RideRegistration opens Feb 1
5th Annual Game & Garden Soiree - 30th Anniversary Celebration
Save the Date!
Midlands Gives is an annual online giving event that brings the region together as one community, raising money and awareness for local nonprofits.Our Midlands Gives Page
Wild Edibles Walk with Matt Kipp
Enjoy a day of exploring River Creek Farms along the banks of the Broad River. Discover the food growing all around us and safely sample delicious wild edibles!
Land Trust Day at Mast General Store
Come visit us at Mast General Store! 20% of all purchases made this day are donated to Congaree Land Trust in support of conservation in the Midlands!
Gervais Street Bridge Dinner
We are thrilled to have been chosen as one of the eleven fortunate beneficiaries that will be showcased on this special evening! Save the date and join us!
When a community creates shared goals and understands the value of their landscapes, more than acres will be conserved — a lifestyle will be passed on. Get involved!