- Preserving undeveloped land in commercial and residential areas for agricultural or public use
- Establishing greenways connecting people, land, and community
- Preserving Saluda’s rural small town character by protecting it’s unique natural resources
- Empowering Saluda community members to take ownership of their land and use it for the best practices
We are working to preserve local land through conservation easements and land acquisition to develop greenways and safe places to walk, including those for Saluda School children and recreational walkers.
|SCLT’s work has been made possible through the generous support of private donors, members, the Polk County Community Foundation, and the Bradley Fund.|