We are each lovers of the natural world.
We are the Central Savannah River Land Trust: a nationally-accredited, local non-profit, passionate about the future of these special places throughout our community.
Whether it’s the power and grace of the Savannah River, the tranquility of canoeing a cypress swamp, the exhilaration of an early-morning hunt, the fun of spending a day at Clark’s Hill with family, or simply admiring the majesty of an old-growth timber stand; we can all agree: our local landscape has so much to offer.
By permanently preserving them, we are protecting our quality of life today and leaving our children a legacy that will last for generations.
Since 2001, the Land Trust has protected over 9,000 acres of land throughout Georgia and South Carolina.
Places like the Augusta Canal Trail, where families can enjoy an afternoon on the river, and scenic views of the Savannah River like the ones from the I-20 bridge, and several Columbia County neighborhoods are just some of our more well-known success stories.
The Land Trust is funded entirely by donations and grants made by people just like you.
It is our members, landowners, and supporters who are the real heroes — each one doing his or her part to ensure our Garden City stays green and beautiful forever.
To all who support the Land Trust: thank you for partnering with us on the journey!
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Whether you’re looking to discuss a new project, greenspace, volunteer opportunity… or simply say hello… we’d love to hear from you.
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We’re based right in the heart of Augusta only minutes from some of our favorite preserved spaces and the natural beauty of our region. So keeping that beauty is always on our minds!
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