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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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Land Trust Property May Soon Be Added to Fort Frederica

Two companion bills were  introduced in the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives in January that would allow for the expansion of Fort Frederica National Monument and lead to the purchase of 20 adjacent acres of land currently owned by the St. Simons Land Trust.  Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson and Rep. Buddy Carter introduced the bills, which would expand the cap on the size of the park from 250 acres to 305 acres. The United States House of Representatives unanimously passed H.R. 494, the Fort Frederica National Monument Boundary Expansion Act, on February 6.  The legislation now awaits review by the U.S. Senate's Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. 

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Record Crowd Parties at 17th Annual Oyster Roast

Almost 1,000 Land Trust supporters feasted on oysters, low country boil, and signature dishes and desserts from dozens of local chefs at the 17th Annual Oyster Roast on January 14.

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Island Groups Celebrate Opening of Harrington Community Park

Supporters of the Park at Harrington on St. Simons Island celebrated the opening of the island's newest park at an event in December 2016.

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National Trails Day Celebration At Cannon's Point Preserve, June 4

The St. Simons Land Trust will be celebrating the American Hiking Society's "National Trails Day" on Saturday, June 4th at Cannon's Point Preserve. The preserve will be open to the public from 7am to 3pm for self-guided exploration.

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Island Groups Celebrate Harrington Park Construction

Supporters of Harrington Park on St. Simons Island are celebrating the upcoming construction of park improvements, now that the Glynn County Board of Commissioners has allocated more than $300,000 for the project.

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