Lowcountry Land Trust, in partnership with the City of Charleston and local stakeholders, is excited to announce that the near-final designs of the future Angel Oak Preserve are ready for community members to review and provide feedback. The announcement comes just eight months after the selection of award-winning landscape architects Nelson Byrd Woltz to lead a comprehensive planning process for the much-anticipated project.
Unrivaled in its features and accessibility, the 44-acre preserve design features boardwalk trails, a nature play area for children, and educational information about the tree and native people that have held the Angel Oak sacred. Charleston residents celebrate the magnetic draw of the enormous, centuries-old tree in the heart of Johns Island – and Lowcountry Land Trust is working to highlight this beloved local landmark symbolizing history, honor, and hope.
All Lowcountry residents are invited to review the design renderings and submit feedback by clicking on the button below.
Click here to access the Angle Oak Preserve webpage on the Lowcountry Land Trust website.
(Image credit: Lowcountry Land Trust)