Conservation Bank Act

Senator Campsen authored the legislation that became the South Carolina Conservation Bank Act in 2002. Over the last 15 years the Conservation Bank has protected 310,000 acres for just $500/acre.

The SC Conservation Bank continues to work to improve the quality of life in South Carolina through the conservation of significant natural resource lands, wetlands, historical properties, archeological sites, and urban parks.

Read Senator Campsen’s OpEd in the Moultrie News: Conservation Bank’s Effectiveness Showcased in Boone Hall Protection