• Wade Harrison New USLT Executive Director

    Please welcome the Upper Savannah Land Trust’s new Executive Director, Wade Harrison, who comes to us from The Nature Conservancy in Georgia (where he’s still working part-time to tie up some loose ends) but is already getting his feet wet on this side of the river. South Carolina’s Upper Savannah country is where he grew […]

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  • New Year’s Message

    [Wallace Wood, Executive Director of the Upper Savannah Land Trust from early 2010 until the end of 2018, was working right through the holidays last month on conservation easements! We’d like to share his New Years message to USLT friends and supporters… ] Our last easement was closed Friday, December 28, giving us a total […]

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  • Rick Green Receives Peggy Adams Conservation Award

    Rick Green Receives Peggy Adams Conservation Award Greenwood, SC. Eighteen years ago, USCOG’s Rick Green became a founding member of the Upper Savannah Land Trust (USLT), whose mission is to encourage and support conservation of natural and scenic lands, farms, forests, waterways and open spaces in the counties of Abbeville, Anderson, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, […]

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  • USLT Earns National Recognition

    Wallace Wood Executive Director April 23, 2018  USLT Earns National Recognition Which Shows a Strong Commitment to Public Trust and Conservation Excellence Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 2000, USLT has been doing just that for the people of the Western Piedmont of South Carolina. Now USLT announced it has achieved […]

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  • Park Mill Spider Lilies Open House – May 19th & 20th, 2018

    In 2016, the SC Native Plant Society and the Naturaland Trust purchased, with the aid of a grant from the SC Conservation Bank, the Parks Mill Rocky Shoals Spiderlily (Hymenocallis coronaria) site on Stevens Creek in McCormick County.  This purchase brought under protection the last significant population of this very rare and spectacularly beautiful native […]

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