Angel Oak Final Phase Almost Done
The Charleston County Council has given unanimous approval for the Greenbelt Funding for the Lowcountry Open Land Trust’s (LOLT) purchase of the final part of the Angel Oak property. The Lowcountry Open Land Trust worked hard to protect the first 17 acres and still needs help to protect the final 18-acre tract. The City of Charleston, the Town of Seabrook and an anonymous donor have also all made major contributions to help complete the purchase. But $75,000 is still needed before March 14 to preserve this land for generations to come. Donate at LOLT’s website.
“A Conversation About Civil Rights”
An event for Black History Month
Monday March 24, 6 PM, Johns Island Library
(Reschedule from February 12.)
A conversation with Bill Sunders and Minerva King moderated by Rev. Sidney Frazier. Come learn from those who made the history about this impart part of our history. More information on our post here …