Since 1969, The Nature Conservancy in South Carolina has helped protect more than 330,000 acres for current and future generations to enjoy.
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Did you see the swallow-tailed kite from South Carolina in the most recent issue of Nature Conservancy Magazine? We are so proud of our land protection successes on the Black River, which was featured in the WorldView section of the magazine.
We worked with our friend and professional photographer, Clay Bolt, to present our oyster restoration work in this interactive map-based photo gallery.
"This investment significantly advances a national effort to protect and restore the fire-dependent native longleaf pine ecosystem," says Mark Robertson, South Carolina executive director of The Nature Conservancy.
Nature and history are protected by a conservation easement at this former rice plantation in Georgetown County.
The Nature Conservancy is working to maintain the central role of fire in the health of South Carolina's forests.
Volunteers recently helped Conservancy staff build oyster castles along the South Carolina coast.
Professional photographer Clay Bolt talks about connecting with nature through photography and shows how he captures his remarkable images of wildlife.
Women are under-represented in science fields. Find out how our Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) program is working to send female leaders to college armed with an interest in science.