About the SLCC

The Sewee Longleaf Conservation Cooperative (SLCC) formed in 2012 through grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF). The SLCC is a partnership between public and private organizations to provide resources to private landowners to support longleaf restoration. The SLCC is working in parts of Charleston, Berkeley, Williamsburg, and Georgetown counties. Click here to download the SLCC brochure and learn more about our program and partnerships.

Vision Statement 

Bring together governmental agencies, nongovernmental organizations, private landowners, practitioners and other stakeholders to re-establish, maintain, and enhance the longleaf pine system in the Sewee landscape through resource sharing, collaboration, and applied learning.

Cost-share Information 

Learn more about the cost-share program basic criteria here, or click on the “Cost-share Resources” tab above for additional information.

Join the SLCC 

Join the SLCC to receive updates on cost-share applications, landowner meetings, educational workshops, and other Sewee longleaf information