CLT's Executive Director, Stuart White, explains the impact of private land conservation in central SC for Midlands Biz Non Profit Minute.
Do you love to get outside for a hike? Learn what every hiker should do to preserve the natural world.
Four Conservation Easements Permanently Protect 5,620 Acres of Richland County’s Natural and Scenic Lands.
Nearly 2,500 acres between Fort Jackson and the Wateree River are now conserved, permanently protecting an important riparian landscape in central SC.
Over 1,500 acres of prime farm land just outside of McEntire Joint National Guard Base keep local agriculture and a forest ecosystem intact forever.
Over 700 acres are now conserved in Richland County, just east and south of Fort Jackson Military Base in South Carolina.
Over 900 acres of working forest just east of Fort Jackson Military Base in Richland County are now conserved.
The conservation of three large tracts within the Little Lynches and Lynches River watersheds will keep a significant forest ecosystem intact forever.
Wild Turkey Creek, a working farm in Barnwell, also supports important wildlife habitat and sustains water quality in the Salkehatchie River watershed.
May marks the annual observance of American Wetlands Month, a time to celebrate one of nature's most productive ecosystems that keeps SC water clean.