• Got Nature?

    Got Nature?

    Got Nature? In your hand, under your feet, over your head, in your heart? Our Fall Fundraising Appeal is on, and it’s the perfect time for you to help us make sure the nature we need is out there… for the animals and plants, the air and water, the healthy soil, the fields and forests… and […]

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  • Our 2020 Clayshoot is ON!

    DOWNLOAD THE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS AND REGISTRATION/SPONSORSHIP FORM HERE: USLT Sporting Clays for Conservation PDF Form Fall greetings to you all, The USLT board invites you to the Land Trust’s 3RD ANNUAL clay shoot fundraiser, “Sporting Clays for Conservation”, set for Friday morning, November 6th, 2020.  We will again be enjoying this fundraiser at the National […]

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  • Good News From McCormick County

    Good News From McCormick County

    Good news from the wild western frontier of McCormick County SC! Bill and Betty Young have protected their 108-acre tree farm with a conservation easement– beautiful woods and trails along an old winding road that once led early settlers to forts and ferries. Bill has been a pioneer in bringing solar power into everyday life, […]

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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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