• 4th Annual Clayshoot In the Books!

    4th Annual Clayshoot In the Books!

    You might be looking ahead to the Holidays but we are still enjoying the glow of last month’s 4th Annual Sporting Clays for Conservation, our fall fundraising event in Edgefield. With 11 teams and some great raffle prizes, we exceeded our fundraising goal, and had fun doing it. It was a beautiful day to be […]

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  • The Clay Shoot for Conservation is BACK for 2021!

    DOWNLOAD THE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AND REGISTRATION/SPONSORSHIP FORM HERE: USLT Sporting Clays for Conservation PDF Form

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  • Wood Storks Spotted in Greenwood County

    Wood Storks Spotted in Greenwood County

    One of our Greenwood County landowners spotted these Wood Storks foraging in a wetland area of a conservation easement they donated 12 years ago, in the floodplain of Ninety Six Creek. It’s a treat to see them up here in the Piedmont. Listed as endangered in the U.S. in 1984 but down-listed to “threatened” in […]

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  • Land Trust Awarded Grant for Satellite Imagery Analysis

    Land Trust Awarded Grant for Satellite Imagery Analysis

    Good News! The Upper Savannah Land Trust has been awarded a GRANT for acquiring high-resolution satellite images that can help us with our annual monitoring of conservation easements. We were one of 18 land trusts across the U.S. to receive generous funding from the Land Trust Alliance and The Nature Conservancy in California to help […]

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  • 2021 USLT Annual Meeting is March 11: HIDDEN RIVERS at the Drive-In!

    2021 USLT Annual Meeting is March 11: HIDDEN RIVERS at the Drive-In!

    NOTE: For tickets contact [email protected] We are excited to let you know that we’ll be holding this year’s USLT Annual Meeting at a socially-distanced venue with an amazing program you can still enjoy! We are pleased to provide a special screening of HIDDEN RIVERS, a remarkable video journey into the waters of the southeastern rivers […]

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