Events and Outings
On Thursdays during July and August, TLC is offering weekly bilingual outdoor environmental education lessons for kids (and their parents) at
Swift Creek Bluffs (Wake County) and the Horton Grove (Durham County) Nature Preserves!
Film highlights the work of environmental artist Patrick Dougherty’s extraordinary and monumental scale works built with live saplings.More »
This exhibition will examine the multidimensional importance of the tree to all living forms on the planet—- from its aesthetic value as an artistic construction to its functional value in supporting and enhancing human life.More »
The Transplanting Traditions Community Farm is a collaboration between the Orange County Partnership for Young Children and the Triangle Land Conservancy. The farm is located on a 269 acre former farm managed by the Triangle Land Conservancy called the Irvin Nature Preserve. The site was donated in 2007 by the estate of Elinor Moore Irvin with the request that the farm continue to be used for educational farming activities. The partnership between the Triangle Land Conservancy and Transplanting Traditions is a unique partnering that supports local agriculture.More »
"All I want is to sit on my porch and see tomorrow what I see today...and I want my grandchildren to see it too."