Get in on the first ever East Cooper EcoSpiel Event

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The Mount Pleasant Land Conservancy and Water’s Edge Restaurant are inviting the public to a free and informal gathering titled “EcoSpiel”, to discuss the preservation of East Cooper’s natural character through land conservation and other sustainable living measures.


The event will be held at Water’s Edge Restaurant, located at 1407 Shrimp Boat Lane on Shem Creek from 6 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, January 27th.  EcoSpiel is an opportunity to network with like minded community members and to hear brief presentations from local groups and businesses focused on the future of the natural environment in Mount Pleasant and East Cooper. 

With the wide array of “green” groups and businesses in East Cooper, this informal social gathering is intended to raise awareness and provide a format for discussion about future collaborations that will help raise awareness and ultimately benefit the whole community.  Additionally, the event is intended to offer community members the opportunity to voice their opinions and share their environmental vision for East Cooper.     

Water’s Edge Restaurant will be offering complimentary light hors d’oeuvres and drink specials during the event.  The Mount Pleasant Land Conservancy hopes this initial gathering will become the first of many regular events that bring together like minded community members interested in organizing their thoughts and efforts when it comes to protecting our local environment and ensuring future generations will be able to enjoy the same quality of life our natural surroundings provide each of us today.

The Mount Pleasant Land Conservancy (MPLC) is an independent nonprofit land trust that exists to protect land, natural resources and important civic open spaces in the East Cooper area. 

To find out more information about the “EcoSpiel” event go online or call (843) 884-0160.