Pee Dee Land Trust’s conservation efforts focus on the nine counties located in the Northeastern section of South Carolina, which include portions of the Sandhills and Coastal regions, along with the entire Pee Dee Region. Each of Pee Dee Land Trust’s conservation easements listed below has a connection to the Pee Dee watershed that stretches from the sandhills at the North Carolina-South Carolina border, through the Pee Dee and all the way down to the Winyah Bay along the Atlantic Ocean. Pee Dee Land Trust has now protected over 28,000 acres. While remaining in private ownership, the lands protected through conservation easements held by PDLT ensure that special places will be available for farming, forestry, and recreation for future generations.
Please click on the link below to see Pee Dee Land Trust's currently protected properties that total over 28,700 acres and include 74 easement projects. Click here to view a map of our protected properties This map will be updated regularly as our work continues!
Woodfield-Lynches River Tract: ± 108 acres for sale as a recreational timber tract.
Location: SW of W. Lynches River Road on the SC Scenic Lynches River (0.7 miles of frontage); 4.5 Miles WSW of Lamar, Darlington County, SC, 29069
This property was donated to Pee Dee Land Trust (PDLT) and the sale is contingent on a conservation easement to be held by PDLT.
For more information, click the button below to download the detailed sales brochure or contact:
Seth Cook, Director of Land Conservation
Pee Dee Land Trust, PO Box 2134, Florence, SC 29503
Office: 843-667-3229 ext. 304, Mobile: 864-992-7069