The Lowcountry Open Land Trust continues to celebrate its Silver Moon anniversary of 25 years in existence and the membership made a return trip to Lavington Plantation, which rests on the banks of the Ashepoo River in the heart of the ACE Basin. A beautiful sunny day greeted those who came to eat oysters and barbecue while drinking in the serenity of a property that has been placed under the protection of a conservation easement. A fellowship of caring landowners was present as the LOLT members seem to know and understand the importance and urgency of conservation and preservation in the Lowcountry.
To view my blog about the 2011 LOLT Annual Meeting click here.
PhotosByJeff Dennis: DNR's Michael Paul Thomas and J.P. Jones were on duty to provide hunting and fishing instruction for the next generation of conservationists; It seems everyone was treated to a hayride through historic Lavington; Elfie and Dr. Pete Von Lehe enjoyed the oysters and the talk about the upcoming turkey season; The Ashepoo River winds through the ACE Basin as seen from the dike