SALUDA IS BEAUTIFUL

  • Dedicated to preserving Saluda’s rural, small town character by
  • protecting its unique natural heritage.

MISSION

The mission of the Saluda Community Land Trust (SCLT) is to preserve Saluda’s rural character by preserving farm and forest land in and around Saluda by:

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Preserving undeveloped land in commercial and residential areas for agricultural or public use.

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Establishing greenways connecting people, land, and community.

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Empowering Saluda community members to take ownership of their land and use it for the best practices.

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Preserving Saluda’s rural, small town character by protecting its unique natural resources.

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.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Kudzu and Invasives ‣

  • Invasives

  • Cleaning Up the Tree line on Judd’s Peak Lookout
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Wreath Making Day ‣

  • Saturday December 2nd
  • We'll meet at Twin Lakes, 11am to 4pm.
  • Cold/Rain meeting place will be Saluda Presbyterian Church
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Twin Lakes Reservations ‣

  • Perfect for Special Occasions

  • Birthdays, Family Reunions, Fishing

EXPLORE

SCLT offers many ways to explore and experience the natural beauty of the area. There are trails to hike, lakes for swimming, and parks in which to relax.

GET INVOLVED

MEMBERSHIP ‣

Become a member of the SCLT community.

DONATE ‣

Help us preserve Saluda by donating money or land.

Endowment ‣

Learn more about our new endowment.

VOLUNTEER ‣

Help SCLT while meeting people and having fun!

Join Our Newsletter!

Learn about the latest hikes, events, and ways you can volunteer with SCLT.

QUESTIONS?


SCLT’s work has been made possible through the generous support of private donors, members, the Polk County Community Foundation, and the Bradley Fund. SCLT's 2017 operating expenses are paid for by a grant from the Polk County Community Foundation.