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Preserving the natural and scenic character of St. Simons Island

WIN a 30-Gallon Fire Kettle from Sea Island Forge!

To be included in a drawing to receive a 30-gallon fire kettle, spark screen, and twisted poker from Sea Island Forge (valued at more than $4,000), simply:

  1. Renew, increase, or make your new Live Oak Society membership at the $1,000 level or higher.
  2. Make sure your membership contribution is received by midnight on Friday, February 16, 2024.

The Passport to Preservation is an educational tool for elementary school-aged children who live on or visit the Georgia coast. Join us on a fun journey across St. Simons Island to learn why it is so important to preserve and protect the forests, marshlands, and streams where this barrier island’s plants and animals make their homes.

WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL BUSINESSES AND THEIR PATRONS.

Pennies for Preservation is a voluntary 1% giving program in which the business community helps raise funds to preserve and protect greenspaces, wilderness areas, trails, waterways, wildlife, important habitat, and tree canopy on St. Simons Island.

How You Can Help

The St. Simons Land Trust is genuinely grateful for the many ways that it is supported by this community.
Find the right volunteer opportunity for you or donate below!

Latest News

2024 Photography Contest

As a way to honor the island’s natural beauty and encourage everyone to get out on protected land this year, we are sponsoring the third-annual St. Simons Land Trust PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST!

2024 Calendars On Sale Now!

With breathtaking images of Land Trust properties and save-the-dates of important events throughout the year in Coastal Georgia, our 2024 calendars will provide reminders of why it’s so great to live, visit, and work on St. Simons Island every month of the year. 

Land Trust Closes on 10-acre property

The St. Simons Land Trust and the Southeast Georgia Health System (SGHS) are proud to announce a partnership that will protect in perpetuity a roughly ten-acre tract of forested property on the south-end of St. Simons Island.

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