Palmetto Conservation Foundation

The mission of the Palmetto Conservation Foundation is to conserve South Carolina's natural and cultural resources, preserve historic landmarks, and promote outdoor recreation through trails and greenways.

Founded in 1989, PCF is a statewide nonprofit organization with offices in Columbia and Glendale (Spartanburg County). We help South Carolina's communities grow and prosper while maintaining local character and quality of life. To further this mission, we seek to protect natural areas through land trust assistance or local government programs, preserve Revolutionary War battlefields, and develop greenways and the Palmetto Trail.

In 2007, PCF began to focus more attention on teaching outdoor skills and enticing people to explore the Palmetto Trail and other natural areas in South Carolina. A wide array of outings, new educational programs, and the Glendale Outdoor Leadership School are the tools we‘ve developed to help people become more comfortable and familiar with the spectacular natural adventures the Palmetto State has to offer.
Palmetto Conservation provides technical assistance to landowners and conservation groups in preserving significant parcels of land. Our involvement deals with two primary types of assistance, conservation easements and tax credits:

Contact Palmetto Conservation Foundation

Contact Palmetto Conservation Foundation

Natalie Cappuccio Britt
Executive Director
722 King St.
Columbia, South Carolina  29205
Phone: (803) 771-0870
Fax: (803) 771-0590


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • South Carolina