Laura Smith

Marching Through Earth Month

April 14, 2016

With half of April to go, Triangle Land Conservancy has raised over $14,000 toward their $25,000 goal with 88 gifts. If TLC raises all of the money, a long-time supporter will provide a $25,000 match to the funds. “We have great momentum toward reaching our goal as we are over halfway toward $25,000 in just […]

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Earth Month Challenge!

March 31, 2016

Earth Month is bringing big things for Triangle Land Conservancy. There are several ways that donors can help support us this month: by regular donations, by trying a new online, local and organic grocery in the Triangle, Relay Foods, or by coming out to a “Tap Takeover” social event on Earth Day, April 22. The […]

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Bethune Family

Encouraging Curiosity in Nature: The Bethune Family

December 15, 2015

The Bethune’s kids aren’t into iPods and iPads. Instead, they are most interested in going outside. “I like for our kids to be outside,” says Rachel Bethune. Rachel, along with her husband Alec, take their two kids hiking a lot and encourage their curiosity with nature. While they try to get their daughter, Juliette, 14 […]

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Passionate Volunteers Make New Connections in the Triangle

October 14, 2015

By Laura Smith Bob Stoothoff has lived all over the country, but for the last two years he and his wife, Cindy, have called the Triangle home. When they arrived, they were interested in finding a local, reputable environmental organization they could support. They found out about Triangle Land Conservancy through the another conservation organization […]

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See the Monarch Migration This Saturday

October 8, 2015

By Laura Smith It all started a few years ago when volunteers for Friends of Sandy Creek Park planted a bunch of milkweed and other pollinator plants. Milkweed is the only source of food for Monarch butterflies. As payment for all their hard work, last year dozens of Monarchs showed up on their remarkable fall […]

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yellow throated warbler by carol tuskey

First Ever BioBlitz Will Be Fun For Members and Naturalists Alike

September 22, 2015

Yellow-throated Warbler by Carol Tuskey Five types of warblers and fall-blooming wildflowers are among the things that might be seen at Triangle Land Conservancy’s BioBlitz on October 17, 2015. Brumley Forest Nature Preserve will be the site for this BioBlitz event which brings the public together with nature experts to perform a base inventory of […]

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Bird is the Word at Glennstone Preserve

June 29, 2015

Summer is usually not the best season for birding. But 26 or more bird species have been seen this time of year at Ellerbe Creek’s Glenstone Preserve – the location of our upcoming birding trip on July 11th. Join a group of 12 and you could be treated to seeing such birds as the Brown-headed […]

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You Can Help Fight Hunger in Durham

June 11, 2015

By Laura Smith, TLC Volunteer Triangle Land Conservancy is working with local groups in an innovative way to try to solve Durham’s hunger problem. Sponsors Transition Durham, Recyclique/ComunEcos, Inter-faith Food Shuttle, Society of St. Andrew, Bread for the World-Durham Chapter, Urban Ministries of Durham, and Durham Congregations in Action are sponsoring four events in the […]

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