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Farm To Table 2015

  Thursday, June 18, 2015

Farm To Table is a big part of Southern Conservation Trust’s mission to preserve   greenspace and farmland in your community.

Join us at one of our Fayette County conservation easement properties – Scarbrough Preserve – Brooks, GA.

Don’t miss out! Be sure to get your tickets at the special donation value before June 1!  Ticket donations here!    Get more details…

You can greatly help in these efforts by participating on the planning committee, engaging as one of our chefs or farms and/or by becoming an event sponsor or donating a service/item for the silent auction.  Sponsor information here.

If you’ve been looking for a way to associate your business with a local non-profit that benefits the entire community, this is it. By donating your goods or services you will support conservation and improve the quality of life in our area. For information contact Pam at p.young@sctlandtrust.org .

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Nature Camp Registration – Enrollment now Open!

Camp W.I.L.D.  - (Water!  Insects!  Leaves!  Dirt!)

 

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Summer Day Camp

 June 8 -12, 22-26 & July 13-18
M-F 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Line Creek Nature Area
Peachtree City

 

 

 

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Every Donation Helps

please-donate Thanks to all who support the Trust, with your help we have touched many lives and truly made a difference in your community. For $35, you become a member of the only land trust serving the Southern Crescent. Your gift, sponsorship or membership helps the Trust to:

  • maintain 4 public nature areas which have more than 30,000 visitors annually
  • monitor 1632 acres of public and private preserves according to state and federal guidelines
  • comply with state annual reporting requirements for conservation preserves
  • partner with community stakeholders to ensure future generations have natural resources and a thriving community
  • provide leadership development opportunities for young people in Boy and Girl Scouts, school clubs and volunteer opportunities
  • offer educational programs

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