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Heading Upstairs!

August 8, 2018

If you’ve visited the historic house Triangle Land Conservancy calls home, you may have noticed the Upstairs Downstairs motif we have cultivated. Downstairs you’ll find staff who make sure the bills are paid, the stories are told, the big picture taken, and memberships are renewed (is yours up to date?). Downstairs supports upstairs work. Upstairs, […]

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Act Now: Wild Ideas Matching Challenge

March 10, 2016

Inspired by last night’s Wild Ideas for Getting Outside, TLC Board Member Norris Cotton and his partner Tracy Mancini agreed to donate $500 if TLC could get 50 membership donations following the event. Today, three more board members – Mark Soticheck, Larry Tombaugh, and John McAdams – have joined the challenge, agreeing to donate $500 […]

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Controlled Burn at TLC’s Temple Flat Rock

February 29, 2016

TLC will conduct a controlled burn at its Temple Flat Rock Preserve off Watkins Road  four miles northeast of Knightdale today, February 29, 2016, starting around 11am and lasting throughout the afternoon. The burn will cover approximately 17 acres and some smoke may be present in areas near the preserve. Triangle Land Conservancy staff and […]

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Founders’ Day 2016: Celebrating 33 Years of TLC!

February 17, 2016

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. – Margaret Mead Today, February 17th, is Triangle Land Conservancy’s Founders’ Day. “We need to get the word out about TLC,” resolved the writers of TLC’s first newsletter back in the summer of 1983, […]

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Green Button Farm Officially Conserved with TLC!

February 9, 2016

It’s official: Green Button Farm in Durham County has been permanently conserved by a conservation easement with Triangle Land Conservancy! Green Button Farm is a 37-acre sustainable family farm in northern Durham County providing chemical-free produce, pastured chickens, pork, beef, and eggs to local households and restaurants. Owners Ryan and Alicia Butler first approached TLC […]

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Conservation Connections Winter 2015

January 5, 2016

Since the summer of 1983, Triangle Land Conservancy has shared its work in a print newsletter, which over the years evolved into its current form, Conservation Connections. Available as a membership benefit when you join Triangle Land Conservancy, Conservation Connections tells the story of land conservation’s past, present, and future in the Triangle region through both […]

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Biggest Moments of 2015

10 Biggest Moments of 2015

December 31, 2015

“A true measure of your worth includes all the benefits others have gained from your success.” – Cullen Hightower. TLC identifies, protects and stewards land throughout the Triangle that safeguards clean water, protects natural habitats, supports local farms and food, and connects people with nature. In 2015, we continued our strong record of land conservation […]

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The Lindley Farm at Lindale Farm

Organic Dairy Farm Permanently Conserved

December 30, 2015

With the generosity of the Lindley family and support from members like you, TLC recently conserved the 182-acre Lindale Farm in the Silk Hope area of Chatham County. This project brings the total amount of farmland protected in this agricultural community to 565 acres! >>>Support the conservation of more local farms by donating now to […]

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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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Bonlee-Tick Creek Farm in Chatham County

TLC Conserves 97 Acres of Farmland in Chatham County

December 8, 2015

Contact: Diana Hackenburg Communications Manager 919-908-0056 | 419-603-0816 dhackenburg@triangleland.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CHATHAM COUNTY, NC – Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC) has permanently conserved 607 acres of contiguous farmland in Chatham County with the signing of a new 97-acre conservation easement this month.   The conserved property, located about 10 miles south of Siler City, protects […]

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