People and Nature

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TLC’s Williamson Preserve now open

September 22, 2020

Triangle Land Conservancy’s new nature preserve now open in Wake and Johnston counties  Triangle Land Conservancy’s 405-acre Bailey and Sarah Williamson Preserve offers 9 miles of walking and biking trails that connect to the Neuse River Greenway.  TLC purchased the land in 2013 from the daughters of Bailey and Sarah Williamson, who wanted the land conserved and donated […]

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What’s New at TLC — Fall 2020 Update

September 20, 2020

TLC welcomes two new AmeriCorps members This month, our new CTNC AmeriCorps members Kayla Ebert and Elena Peterman start their terms! Kayla will be working on environmental education and outreach as our Community Outreach and Engagement Associate, while Elena will be focused on engagement at Bailey and Sarah Williamson Preserve. In June, we bid farewell […]

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Gifts that endure

September 20, 2020

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Triangle Land Conservancy has received numerous calls from people who are updating or making their estate plans. In these uncertain times, more and more people have been thinking about the future — not just about their own, but about the future of people they might not ever know. A […]

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Williamson Preserve open with 7 miles of trail

September 20, 2020

  Triangle Land Conservancy is thrilled to finally open Bailey and Sarah Williamson Farm & Nature Preserve, where 405 acres of forests and fields are home to 7 miles of walking and biking trails, two farmers (with another to start soon!), and a new office for TLC staff and farmers. Williamson Preserve fulfills all four […]

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Join us in our journey

September 20, 2020

By Sandy Sweitzer, TLC Executive Director This newsletter — Confluence — is named for the beautiful spot where the Deep and Rocky rivers come together at Triangle Land Conservancy’s White Pines Nature Preserve and join the Cape Fear River. The word conjures up connection, community, coming together. It’s also a spot that regularly floods.  This […]

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Conservation Conversations: Learning in Nature!

April 16, 2020

We were thrilled to partner with Marty Jorgensen, program director at Schoolhouse of Wonder, and Wendy Banning, co-founder and executive director of Learning Outside, for our fourth Conservation Conversations: Learning in Nature! TLC AmeriCorps member Elicia Senff also presented on ways to engage children outside, introducing a new program called Triangle Explorer. These inspiring environmental […]

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10 reasons to love green spaces in the Triangle

February 14, 2020

By Shaina Waterhouse Show some love to your local Triangle Land Conservancy nature preserve this Valentine’s Day by getting outside and exploring one of our trails! Our green spaces have a lot to offer from hiking and biking trails to picturesque scenery perfect for any artist searching for inspiration. The opportunity to explore beautiful natural […]

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Father and daughters share love for Brumley

December 2, 2019

Gary Decker is a “mountain biker down to his soul.” He has been riding MTBs (mountain bikes) for about 30 years and BMX before that. He loves nature, the outdoors lifestyle, and anything that gets the adrenaline pumping. He has three daughters who all love the outdoors and who all ride MTBs.  Gary and two […]

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