Triangle Land Conservancy

Improving Our Lives through Conservation

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IMPROVING OUR LIVES THROUGH

CONSERVATION

Clean Water

Safeguarding Clean Water - Population growth in our community increases demand for clean water, while associated pollution has compromised supply.
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Wildlife Habitat

Protecting Natural Habitats - Natural areas and well-managed forests support healthy ecosystems and balance our built environment by providing habitat for native plants and animals. More >


Local Farms and Food

Local Farms and Food - Well-managed farms and associated woodlands enhance our communities by producing food and other crops and sustaining local economies. More >


Connecting People

Connecting People with Nature - Connecting people with nature is essential as we look to balance our increasingly indoor, urban lives with the benefits and fun of being outside. More >

TLC NEWS AND EVENTS

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TLC Presents “Wild Ideas for Getting Outside”

It may still be cold outside, but spring is coming and so is Triangle Land Conservancy’s Wild Ideas for Getting Outside. More >

Read the Winter 2014 issue of Conservation Connections

Read the latest issue TLC's print newsletter, Conservation Connections, for compelling stories and important news related to land conservation efforts in the Triangle. More >

THE DIRT - TLC'S BLOG

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Newest Edition of “Wild Ideas” Series: Wild Ideas for Getting Outside

February 27, 2015 By: Erika Zambello

The next Wild Ideas will be held on March 3rd, and include great speakers, delicious food, and a great chance to share your Wild Ideas for Getting Outside. Register today!

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A Snowy Horton Grove

February 20, 2015 By: Kyle Obermiller

Kyle Obermiller describes a snowy Horton Grove and the ecological benefits of winter weather in the newest edition of his "Tales from the Field" blog series.

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