french quarter creek charleston sc conservation mitigation easement non-profit

French Quarter Creek | Conservation Mitigation Easement


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Located in the Edisto River Basin of Berkeley SC

The French Quarter Creek mitigation project provides restoration and enhancement of approximately 94.39 acres of bottomland hardwood, the enhancement of approximately 253.59 acres of longleaf pine savanna, and removal of approximately 1.62 miles of ditches to restore the natural coastal plain bottomland hardwood ecosystem in coastal South Carolina.


Mitigation Partner


Our Role

Conservation Easement Grantee

Mitigation Type

Stream Restoration & Enhancement

About the Authormichael scisco

Michael brings 15+ years of experience to his role as Conservation Director at Unique Places to Save. He has worked to conserve over 200,000 acres across the US while securing over $200m in funding and transacting $500M in land and other real estate.

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