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Bramblewood now under conservation easement
Bramblewood
A driving path winds through a portion of Bramblewood, a 680-acre swath of undeveloped woodlands, fields and significant wetlands along the Wateree River just outside Camden. The property has been placed under a conservation easement to permanently protect it from development.
More than 680 acres of undeveloped woodlands, fields and significant wetlands along the Wateree River just outside the city of Camden are now conserved, thanks to the collaborative efforts of Bramblewood LLC, the Congaree Land Trust (CLT) and the S.C. Conservation Bank. The property’s valuable open space, watershed and wildlife habitat along the Wateree River are now permanently protected from development in an increasingly urbanized area of the state.

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