• Photos from our 2022 Annual Meeting!

    Congratulations to incoming members of the USLT Board … Herman A. Keith Jr., Tim Williams, and Lang Nickles. Congratulations to 2022-23 Board officers Doug Bell, Wayne Steffen, Rick Green, and Andy Robinson. Thanks to Joshua Manley of Ninety Six National Historic Site for an inspiring program, and thanks to Chuck Gresham (USLT Board), and David […]

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  • Announcing our 2022 Annual Meeting . . . in person!

    Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 5:30pm Arts Center at the Federal Building 120 Main Street, Greenwood SC Guest Speaker – Joshua Manley Superintendent of the Ninety Six National Historic Site Joshua Manley will share the latest news on what’s happening at Ninety Six National Historic Site, speaking to its known history, as well as its […]

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  • 2020 Annual Meeting Recap

    2020 Annual Meeting Recap

    THANK YOU to all our friends, supporters, and sponsors who came out on March 12th, before things felt quite so dire, for the Land Trust’s 2020 Annual Meeting! While practicing elbow-bumps and social-distance measures, we celebrated a memorable year, new conservation easements, our special guests from the SC Conservation Bank, and our special honoree for […]

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  • 2020 Annual Meeting Recap

    2020 Annual Meeting

    2020 Annual Meeting UPPER SAVANNAH LAND TRUSTThursday, March 12, 2020 at 5:30pmArts Center at the Federal Building, 120 Main Street, Greenwood SCUSLT:  SERVING THE WESTERN PIEDMONT OF SOUTH CAROLINA Guest Speaker – Raleigh WestDirector of the South Carolina Conservation Bank A native of the South Carolina Lowcountry, Raleigh West has spent much of his career conserving […]

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  • USLT 2018 Annual Meeting – March 22, 2018 @ 5:30 p.m.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact Wallace Wood wwd@wctel.net (864) 993-5012 February 26, 2018 Tom Poland to Speak at Land Trust Annual Meeting             Southern writer Tom Poland will be the guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Upper Savannah Land Trust on March 22 at the Arts Center at the Federal Building in Greenwood.              […]

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