General Membership Donation Levels
- Watershed $5,000 +
- River $1000 - $4999
- Creek $500 - $999
- Stream $250 - $499
- Tributary $100 - $249
- Spring: $35 - $99
- Student: $15
- Please contact us to discuss customized corporate membership levels to meet the needs of your organization.
By contributing, members like you demonstrate their belief in our mission, recognize our effectiveness, and enable us to do more and to do it better. Membership certainly has its privileges, including advance invitations, discounted event tickets, area conservation updates through our e-newsletter and a subscription to Oxbows to Tidal Flows, our biannual printed newsletter. Further, you are advancing our mission of protecting the past and ensuring the future of the Pee Dee Region.
We are a community-supported organization and our contributors come from across South Carolina and 16 other states in our nation. They support us because we work steadily to ensure the land we rely on for agricultural and recreational use does not disappear. Our supporters believe in our method of working with landowners to achieve lasting, voluntary conservation solutions. And, we have a great time showing off the special places in our region at events, including the Oyster Roast (February -Hobcaw Barony), the Annual Family Picnic (May), the Bountiful Brunch Benefit (November) and our spring and fall educational and recreational event series.
Already a member? Gift Memberships, or gifts made in honor or memory of, are a great way to recognize a friend or family member. Please include the recipient's name, address and email address in the comment section of the donation page in order for us to send them an acknowledgement.
PDLT’s responsibility for protected lands has expanded to over 24,800 acres across nine counties. Despite the sluggish economy, conservation awareness is at an all-time high. We are constantly identifying and being brought important projects that are rife with compelling conservation values including riparian buffers, working family farms and forests, and our region’s unique geographical features.