Weston Adams III of Camden has been re-appointed to the board of the South Carolina Conservation Bank for a four-year term. Adams, an attorney with the Columbia law firm of McAngus Goudelock & Courie (MG&C), currently serves as the chairman of the conservation bank, an agency of state government.
Adams, a partner at MG&C in the Columbia office, has been on the South Carolina Conservation Bank board since its founding in 2004 and began serving as the chairman in 2010. Since its founding, the conservation bank has been responsible for the permanent preservation of more than 152,000 acres in South Carolina through conservation easements and purchases.
Adams leads MG&C’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Practice Group and the firm’s Appellate Law Practice Group.