“For humans to have a responsible relationship to the world, they must imagine their places in it. To have a place, to live and belong in a place, to live from a place without destroying it, we must imagine it. By imagination we see it illuminated by its own unique character and by our love for it.” – Wendell Barry, author and farmer
What does “place” mean to you? Join us on April 16 for a Charleston Green Drinks conversation – A Sense of Place: Lowcountry Land Trust‘s Vision – with David Ray, LLT’s Chief Conservation Officer. Learn about the Land Trust’s vision, discuss our collective goals and aspirations for Lowcountry conservation, and hear about recent conservation accomplishments that have changed our landscape.
Our friends at Holy City Brewing will be brewing a limited batch of the Angel Oak Pale Ale and serving specially prepared bites to accompany your favorite beers. $1 from every pint sold of Angel Oak Pale Ale will be donated to LLT to support conservation in the Lowcountry.
Charleston Green Drinks is free and open to the public so come one and come all!
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