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The TreeSpirit Project and Save The Angel Oak team up to offer a special evening of art and activism at the Terrace Theater on November 3, 2011 at 7pm. View the Charleston-based segment filmed at the Angel Oak last May—which made Charleston TV news headlines. That event brought naked people to pose with the ancient Angel Oak to [...]
The Angel Oak on Johns Island has been the subject of several recent articles, each focusing on how the Sea Island Planned Unit Development (Sea Island) may affect the great live oak. // Share|
Final Report on the Effects of Developing Angel Oak Village Prepared for Dana Beach, Coastal Conservation League by Jean Everett, PhD Department of Biology, College of Charleston Summary: The Angel Oak Village development plan, as I have thus far seen, is highly likely to cause irreparable harm to the Angel Oak, and result in the premature death of the [...]
Thank you all so much for your support! The Commercial Corridor Design Review Board unanimously denied Angel Oak Village’s application for conceptual design approval! Last Thursday Charleston’s Commercial Corridor Design Review Board made a very wise and important decision. They voted unanimously to reject a development proposal that threatens the Angel Oak Tree, and even the future [...]