Depending on the landowner's desires and the natural resources of the property, the Southeast Land Trust protects land by holding conservation easements and by owning land. To date, we have protected more than 100 properties totaling over 5,750 acres of land through conservation easements.
The Southeast Land Trust also conserves land by owning it, and to date, has protected more than 1,400 acres this way. These lands are managed for a variety of natural resources and purposes, from water quality to wildlife to outdoor recreation.
|Wed Jan 21 @ 6:30PM|
The Social Black Bear: What Bears Have Taught Me About Being Human, with Ben Kilham
|Sat Feb 14 @ 9:00AM|
The Heart of the Watershed: Geology and Hydrology of the Howard Swain Memorial Forest