Central Savannah River Land Trust

Mission
The Land Trust is committed to safeguarding the forests, wetlands, and open spaces that define our region's character. Our mission is to preserve these areas of natural beauty today, and leave a legacy of environmental stewardship that lasts for generations.

Based in Augusta, Georgia, the Land Trust aims to protect the streams and wetlands that feed the central-portion of the Savannah River, including the Historic Augusta Canal, Rae's Creek, Butler Creek, Rocky Creek, and Spirit Creek. We also partner with local governments on their greenspace programs. Our partnership with Richmond County, GA has received recognition at both the state and national levels and has been recognized as a model for greenspace programs around the state.

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Contact Central Savannah River Land Trust

Hazel Langrall
Executive Director
753 Broad Street
P. O. Box 148, Ste 406
Augusta, Georgia  30903
Phone: (706) 312-5263
Fax: (706) 312-5264


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • South Carolina


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