Welcome to Katawba Valley Land Trust
The mission of the Katawba Valley Land Trust is to protect the natural resources, cultural resources, open lands, waters, and vistas of aesthetic value in the Catawba River Valley and surrounding areas.
KVLT has acquired its largest conservation easement this July. Gray Daus donated a conservation easement on his 1010 acres in Kershaw County with the assistance of funding from the South Carolina Conservation Bank (SCCB). A big THANK YOU to both Mr. Daus and the SCCB for helping protect the conservation values on such a large tract of land.
KVLT 2023 ANNUAL MEETING
October 22 (SUNDAY) 2-4 pm at Andrew Jackson State Park with New South Kitchen and Bar catering
Join KVLT as we socialize and thank our members for supporting us again this year. There will be light and heavy hors d’oeuvres offered throughout event from New South Kitchen and Bar (yes – the same one that catered Toast to the Trees.) We encourage you to join the KVLT Board, staff and members around 2pm to mingle and munch. The meeting will begin at 3pm. There will be no charge for this annual meeting but donations are always appreciated.
Check your email or the website in the next couple of weeks for more details.
November 15 (WEDNESDAY) 7-8:30 pm
Join us for KVLT’s final speaker series program with our speaker, Nancy Jordan of the Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge at the Carole Ray Dowling Center (509 Hubbard Dr. in Lancaster) as she talks about the relationship of fire and red cockaded woodpeckers.
KVLT is grateful for the support of our partners. For additional sponsorship information, click here