Fri Jan 22, 2021

‘Incredibly special’ riverfront property to join Columbus game lands

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Zach West, who works in The Nature Conservancy’s Wilmington office, poses in some of the 410.05-acre tract along the Waccamaw River. The land, which is in the southern tip of Columbus County, is in the process of being donated to the state and plans to be added to the Columbus County Game Lands.

A tract of 410 acres along River Road and the Waccamaw River in the southern part of Columbus County is in the process of being donated to the state of North Carolina for nature preservation, according to the nonprofit that currently owns the land.

The land is being transferred to the

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