our Mission: To preserve the island's natural and scenic character and to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations
After more than a year of postponing, cancelling, and rescheduling events, we have put the proverbial stake in the sand, and unless we're hit with health restrictions or high water, next year we are going to host the Land Trust's annual Oyster Roast! Please mark your calendars for January 22, 2022 and save that date for this fun, much-loved community event that will be held under the stars (and other twinkling lights) at Gascoigne Bluff. Details regarding ticket sales, entertainment, and menu items will be provided over the coming months. Get your shucking knives ready!
The Passport to Preservation is an educational tool for elementary school-aged children who live on and 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.
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.
Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors: