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Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land makes use of natural land to foster natural land conservation; environmental stewardship; science education and research; and public recreation for the benefit of individuals and communities.

As our name indicates we are an active resource in land preservation and active usage spreading across the southeastern United States. We are a non-profit organization that relies on public support in the form of conservation endowment fees, privately and publicly funded grants, and financial contributions from individuals and community groups. We engage in relationships with other non-profit community groups to further the impact of our efforts.

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SE Trust is a 501C3 organization dedicated to conserving land and making it available for public use 🚵‍♂️ CONSERVATION. RECREATION. COMMUNITY 💚📍Find your place today! #SETrust #CommunityOfHappy

It was another great day with Keith Ray, Director of Conservation, working with students at Talking Rock Nature Park. The students were working to help prepare the park for our Earth Day BioBlitz in April. Good things are happening! ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago
Happy Birthday Talking Rock Nature Park!

Happy Birthday Talking Rock Nature Park!Happy Birthday to Talking Rock Nature Park ! This photo of SE Trust Executive Director Bill Jones holding the trail system plan was taken 7 years ago today by trail builder Ken Nix. Just prior to the picture Ken was told to go ahead and build the trails. And he delivered a result that was great quality and less expensive than expected. The trails are fun and 7 years later are still rock solid, smooth, and need only minimal ongoing maintenance! The picture location was on what is now Jon’s Trail. It is a flowy and fun 3 mile loop. Talking Rock Nature Park has over 10 miles of great trails.

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7 days ago

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Wow, it doesn't seem like the park has been here that long.