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Conserve a Legacy
Conserve a Legacy

Conserve a Legacy

Natural Lands & Waters in South Carolina

By Thomas Wyche, Foreword by Rudy Mancke, Afterword by Dr. Patrick McMillan

NATURE

160 Pages, 11 x 8.5

Formats: Cloth

Cloth, $24.95 (US $24.95) (CA $27.95)

Publication Date: May 2010

ISBN 9780982116289

Rights: US & CA

Mountain Trail Press (May 2010)

Price: $24.95
 
 

Overview

Bask in the beauty of South Carolina’s natural radiance

Featuring dozens of beautifully photographed landscapes, Conserve a Legacy showcases the splendor of the Palmetto State's natural areas and historical locations. This privately funded book was developed to highlight the South Carolina Conservation Bank (SCCB), which has achieved extraordinary results in less than a decade, including the permanent protection of 134,000 acres of critically important lands, natural resources, and historic sites within South Carolina. In commemorating these preserved spaces—which, without the SCCB's help, would likely be under development now— this attractive photo collection's overall message is to encourage continued conservation work by discussing the SCCB's prior successes and promoting support for their future endeavors. Contributing photographers include Thomas Wyche, Clay Bolt, Greg Kiniry, Richard Bernabe, Ken Bowman, Ed Funk and Phillip Jones.

Author Biography

Thomas Wyche is an advocate for the conservation of the Blue Ridge mountains in North and South Carolina. In addition to winning numerous awards from state conservation organizations, Wyche received the Order of the Palmetto from the Governor of South Carolina for his lifelong dedication to preserving the state's mountains. He lives in Greenville, South Carolina. Rudy Mancke is a naturalist and the Distinguished Lecturer in Natural History at the University of South Carolina. He has also served as the curator of natural history at the South Carolina State Museum. He lives in Columbia, South Carolina. Dr. Patrick McMillan is a professional naturalist, a lecturer, and the director of the Campbell Museum of Natural History at Clemson University. He lives in Anderson, South Carolina.