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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Celebrate #GivingTuesday with TLC

Triangle Land Conservancy has joined #GivingTuesday, an international effort to transform how people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. More >

TLC Participates in 2014 Give!Guide Program

Support TLC through the Indy Give!Guide program to receive great incentives and increase your overall impact on improving communities throughout the Triangle! More >

THE DIRT - TLC'S BLOG

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Building Trails at the New Horton Grove Nature Preserve

November 21, 2014 By: Erika Zambello

Duke Conservation Society partners with TLC during a volunteer afternoon constructing trails at the new Horton Grove Nature Preserve.

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Land Protection Wins in Last Week’s Election

November 11, 2014 By: Katherine Baer

Although people are generally dismayed with politicians and Congress, there is real, broad support for open space protection around the country. In total, voters approved over $29 billion in funding for land and water protection across a range of states and local governments last week.

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