Help SIGSC Save Lot 6 from Bulldozers

The Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy SIGSC) has been hard at work in a race to preserve additional green space on Seabrook Island before build-out. In just over a year, five additional lots have been conserved, bringing the total to 45. We need your help to conserve the 46th lot and beyond.

Right now, we have a willing seller for Lot 6 on Old Oak Walk and $85,000 available in the SIGSC coffers. If we can raise approximately $75,000 by mid-October, this lot can be saved from the bulldozers and remain a haven for flora and fauna.  Will you help us close the gap?

To donate, please visit Contributions may also be mailed to:

Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy
(EIN # 57-1090055)
130 Gardeners Circle, PMB 521, 
Johns Island, SC 29455

Questions?  Contact Carl Voelker, Acquisitions Chair (

Have you noticed the small green and gold “Conserved Property” signs now posted all around Seabrook Island? The signs tell you that these lots are “green spaces” protected from development, but they don’t tell you how this protection came about. Check out “Conserved Property: How Does It Happen?”

-Submitted by SIGSC

(Image credit: SIGSC)