There is no place like Georgia, so the Southern Conservation Trust (SCT) focuses this event on conservation in our great state. The Southern Conservation Trust invites Georgia and its Southeastern community members to join them for their first annual Conserve Georgia Oyster Roast. The event will feature a raffle, live music, games, local beverages, and local cuisine consisting of fresh oysters and more. The first annual Conserve Georgia Oyster Roast will take place on Saturday, March 26, 2022, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Southern Conservation Trust Headquarters at 305 Beauregard Blvd in beautiful downtown Fayetteville, Georgia.

Participants can purchase tickets to attend the first annual Conserve Georgia Oyster Roast at www.sctlandtrust.org/oyster-roast. Various ticket options are available, including discounts for our members and early access tickets that will feature a premiere private cocktail party with signature whiskey drinks and hors d’oeuvres. The raffle will be drawn on Saturday, March 26, 2022, during the event.

The Conserve Georgia Oyster Roast, presented by the Southern Conservation Trust, will highlight conservation, environmental education, and public nature preserve efforts in the state of Georgia and will feature a raffle focusing on local businesses and outdoor recreation. All proceeds will go towards expanding environmental education, access to nature in Georgia and the Southeast, land and wildlife conservation, and their newest project, the Fayette Environmental Education Center.

“Over the last two years, we have missed having the opportunity to spend time with members of the community that support our mission,” said Katie Pace Quattlebaum, CEO and Executive Director of the Southern Conservation Trust. “We are excited to invite you to our new Fayette Environmental Education Center, which is located at our headquarters, to enjoy our favorite beers from Line Creek Brewing, eat fresh oysters and other food from The Curious Pig, and celebrate our mission of elevating nature.”

For more information about the event, sponsor opportunities, and ticket purchases, please visit www.sctlandtrust.org/oyster-roast


The Southern Conservation Trust elevates nature through exceptional stewardship through over 65,000 acres of conserved land throughout the Southeast, as well as 6 public nature areas in Fayette County, Georgia, and the Fayette Environmental Education Center in Downtown Fayetteville, Georgia. Learn more at www.sctlandtrust.org.

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