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As a member of the St. Simons Land Trust, you can be sure that your dollars go to work directly in our community to preserve the scenic and natural qualities of the Island.

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Our Mission

The mission of the St. Simons Land Trust is to preserve the island's natural and scenic character, and to enhance the quality of life for our island community for present and future generations.

The mission of the St. Simons Land Trust is to preserve the island's natural and scenic character, and to enhance the quality of life for our island community for present and future generations.

Protected Properties

Cannon's Point

Cannon's Point

Frederica Park & Alice Richards Botanical Trail

Frederica Park & Alice Richards Botanical Trail

John Gilbert Nature Trail

John Gilbert Nature Trail

Old Stables Corner

Old Stables Corner

Harrington School House

Harrington School House

More Properties

More Properties

Latest News

Arbor Day Planting Replaces Trees Lost to Hurricane Matthew

Several organizations observed Georgia Arbor Day, Feb. 17, by replacing 15-20 trees lost to Hurricane Matthew at the Stolloway Property on St. Simons Island. The property, owned jointly by the St. Simons Land Trust and Glynn County, is located at 2201 Frederica Road.

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Land Trust Closes on Second Phase of Musgrove Property

The St. Simons Land Trust has closed on the second phase of its acquisition of a portion of Musgrove, the former home of Nancy Reynolds Bagley and of her son, Smith Bagley, on St. Simons Island.

Under a three-phase agreement with the seller, the Brenn Foundation, this acquisition is the second of three parcels that will total 260 acres of the 450-acre property. The first phase totaled 58 acres, and the second phase adds another 90 acres.

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An Adventure Up Lawrence Road

Just off Lawrence Road in the middle of St. Simons Island sits a unique ecological treasure.  Called Musgrove, it's home to rare habitats and plants, plus the highly productive link between the saltmarsh and adjacent uplands.  Among the 840 acres that the Land Trust has preserved throughout St. Simons in the past 16 years -- including Cannon's Point Preserve, the Old Stables Corner, the John Gilbert Nature Trail and Frederica Park -- Musgrove is the newest acquisition.

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