The South Carolina Conservation Bank was established in 2002 to fund preservation of, and public access to, wildlife habitats, natural areas, historical sites, sites of unique ecological significance, forestlands, farmlands, watersheds, open space, and urban parks. Through 2012, the Conservation Bank has conserved 74,388 acres of isolated wetlands, 2,188 acres of Carolina Bays, and 192.4 miles of river/creek frontage.

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