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Since the previous report in September 2015 from the Board to the Friends, a number of exciting and positive developments have reinforced and
The Board of Directors and members of the Friends gathered in Founders Hall at the Landing for the Annual Meeting of the Friends
Two of our Friends of Charles Towne Landing members were interviewed recently for a segment on the NPR radio program Morning Edition. The segment is
By Jillian Davis
Contrary to most beliefs, being a zookeeper doesn’t just consist of feeding and cleaning up after the animals. A
This has been a busy and productive spring season for the Friends and the Landing, as we move into the summer months. On
We are always looking for volunteer involvement. Here are some ways to get involved.
“Working with the animals has been always very special to me. But I think the dedication of all the staff at Charles Towne Landing is what really took me by surprise. Every zookeeper I’ve met over the last 11 years is there, outside, in all kinds of weather. It makes me proud just to be there alongside them.”
– Randy Sitton, Animal Forest Volunteer
Friends of Charles Towne Landing is a nonprofit organization dedicated to perpetuating and celebrating South Carolina’s birthplace above and beyond the means and resources given to the park’s yearly operational budget by the state of South Carolina. Read more