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St. Simons Land Trust


As a member of the St. Simons Land Trust, you can be sure that your dollars go to work directly in our community to preserve the scenic and natural qualities of the Island.

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Open Position: Development Director

Position Overview:

The St. Simons Land Trust (SSLT) seeks a dynamic fundraising professional with a proven track record of success to serve as the Development Director. SSLT is an accredited land trust and a leading nonprofit organization in the region. The Development Director serves in a primary role with major donors, Board members and volunteers, and various other constituencies.

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Land Trust Announces Launch of 1% for St. Simons Program

The St. Simons Land Trust is proud to announce the launch of its newest fundraising program, 1% for St. Simons, to support the organizations overall mission of protecting the natural and scenic character of the island. Participating local businesses will collect a 1% voluntary donation on the gross sales from each customer. This donation will directly benefit Land Trust efforts to preserve green space, parks, wildlife, waterways and trails present on St. Simons.

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Save the Date: Oyster Roast 2018

The Land Trust is thrilled to announce that the 18th annual Oyster Roast has been scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Gascoigne Bluff.

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Movie Under the Oaks: "Swiss Family Robinson" at Old Stables Corner

The community is invited to a free showing of Swiss Family Robinson at the Old Stables Corner, courtesy of the St. Simons Land Trust. The Movie Under the Oaks will take place at 8:30 p.m.on Friday, July 28, at the Land Trust property, 11 Market Street, on St. Simons Island.

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Land Trust Receives 2.6-acre Land Donation in Harrington from BB&T

Another wildlife habitat on St. Simons Island will now be protected by the St. Simons Land Trust, thanks to a donation by BB&T.

The property is a 2.624-acre residential parcel located off North Harrington Road, adjacent to a heavily forested nine-acre tract. It will remain undeveloped and in its natural state.

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