We are excited to announce the Kiawah Conservancy is preserving two more properties on Kiawah Island: 64 Salt Cedar Lane and 489 Pete Dye Place. These properties make up over 3.1 acres of land that will be kept in their natural state in perpetuity.
489 Pete Dye Place, donated by Kevin Richard, contains mostly maritime forest and shrub thicket and is adjacent to an area with high rates of recorded bobcat traffic.
64 Salt Cedar Lane, donated by Lisa Robinson, contains marsh, shrub thicket, and some maritime forest. It also connects to Falcon Point – Salt Cedar, another area preserved by the Kiawah Conservancy, and provides additional corridors for wildlife to travel.
Thank you to Kevin and Lisa for their generous donations. Land donations greatly support the Kiawah Conservancy’s mission and preserve Kiawah’s unique habitats and abundant wildlife.
Visit us online or contact Kiawah Conservancy’s Land Preservation Specialist, Collie Farah, at Collie@KiawahConservancy.org or 843-768-2029 to learn more about donating your undeveloped property.