Jay Walea, Executive Director of the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, has been with Palmetto Bluff for 27 years...even before it was Palmetto Bluff, but
known as Union Camp's Land Resources Division. During a recent Bluffton Rotary Club meeting, Jay shared some of the goals and programs of the
conservancy group, including history of the Palmetto Bluff area, which can be traced back to Paleo times, with written history going to
pre-revolutionary war times. The staff does a lot of public outreach education as well as preservation and conservation of this beautiful area.
Routine jobs may include controlled burning (in winter months only), counting the blue bird, rattle snake and wild turkey populations,
maintaining and stocking retention ponds. "The Palmetto Bluff Conservancy was created to insure the conservation vision of this amazing piece of land
in the heart of the Lowcountry", according to Walea. Click HERE for more information.