January 13, 2016
Unique conservation partnership acquires land for public recreation and native forest restoration Learn More
December 07, 2015
Land to become new public recreation area, nature-tourism boost managed by city and Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge Learn More
Mt. Pleasant, SC
July 27, 2015
Easement is state’s largest since 2008, preserves clean drinking water, wildlife corridor and working forest land Learn More
Mt. Pleasant, SC
February 27, 2015
Sewee Longleaf Conservation Cooperative to host inaugural “Sewee Fire Fest” Learn More
October 10, 2014
December 12, 2013
Every so often, we encounter a place where time appears to have stopped. Learn More
The Nature Conservancy and Open Space Institute Complete Important Land Acquisition in South Carolina
April 22, 2014
The Nature Conservancy partners with Open Space Institute and Boeing on historic acquisition that will add over 2,200 acres to the Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina. Learn More
April 13, 2012
The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture and Private Landowners Protect 2,100 acres of one of state’s largest Carolina bays. Learn More
The Nature Conservancy of SC Celebrates Earth Day with A Picnic for the Earth, Half-Moon Outfitters Shopping Day and Special Concert
CHARLESTON, COLUMBIA, GREENVILLE, SC
April 10, 2013
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, the South Carolina Chapter of The Nature Conservancy joins with Nature Conservancy chapters across the world in a Picnic for the Earth on April 20th. Picnic for the Earth is The Nature Conservancy’s annual celebration of the planet we live on, the food it provides and the people we share it with. Participants are invited to host a picnic on their own, or join in TNC-organized gatherings. Learn More
Greenville Water and The Nature Conservancy Raised a Glass of Water to Celebrate 20 Year Partnership
November 07, 2013
Representative Trey Gowdy toasts to enhanced Upstate quality of life Learn More
Topic (Conservation Lands)
February 10, 2014
Near the confluence of the Black and Pee Dee River, where the push and pull of the tide out of Winyah Bay is strong, there were twenty-five rice plantations in the Plantersville district built on the backs and ingenuity of West African slaves. Mansfield Plantation, which today serves as a unique bed and breakfast, was one of the most successful of Georgetown County’s rice plantations. Learn More
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