We heard you!
In a 2020 member survey, nearly all LTN member respondents noted a need and interest in leveraging social media to support your organizations.
Candra Burns with Talking Forests has designed customized training based on the recommendations of your Outreach Committee.
March 19, noon - 1 on Zoom
$25 registration fee
Jennifer Howard, of Steward Terra Communications, has been chosen as the South Carolina Land Trust Network’s first Executive Director. In her career at professional at WestRock (formerly MeadWestvaco) and now Steward Terra she has acquired considerable experience in public relations and strategy. The Network is excited to welcome her to the team.
The Great American Outdoors Act has passed the House! This act includes full and permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and is a huge win for nature.
Lowcountry Land Trust announced the permanent protection of 1,373 acres in the ACE Basin, located near the town of Branchville in rural Bamberg County, directly adjacent to the Edisto River, the longest free-flowing blackwater river in North America. Find out more.
Providing permanent funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund, this bipartisan bill has widespread support from the public and both sides of the aisle. The Senate approved the bill with a 73 to 25 vote and the bill is now in the House. Find out more.