Some amazing local vendors and artists have made some products inspired by the nature around us in the Triangle! Shop local from Runaway Clothes (who are donating 5% of sales in December to TLC) and from Raleigh artist Autumn Cobeland, who painted four scenes from the new Bailey and Sarah Williamson Preserve. As always, you can give the gift of nature with a membership to TLC. And stay tuned for TLC t-shirts and masks in the new year!
Runaway Clothes special Piedmont Holiday collection — 5% of every sale is donated to TLC!
Durham-based Runaway Clothes is donating 5% of every sale this month to TLC! Check out the Piedmont Holiday collection — these hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts, camp mugs and more celebrate the waterways that make the Triangle special. You can rep your favorite waterway — Jordan Lake, Haw River, Eno River, Neuse River, or Falls Lake. TLC conserved properties help protect all of these bodies of water! These are perfect gifts for anyone who loves hiking along or kayaking and fishing on our rivers and lakes. We are grateful to Runaway for their support this holiday season!
Bring your favorite Williamson spot home with you!
Raleigh artist Autumn Cobeland is known for her beautiful greenway paintings. She painted four scenes from the new Bailey and Sarah Williamson Preserve, available for purchase on her website! Prints of the ponds at Williamson Preserve and of the packhouse-turned-farm-office in a field of clover are perfect for brightening up your home office or living room. Put your favorite Williamson spot on your wall!
Gift the gift of a TLC membership
Support local conservation with by giving the gift of nature to your loved ones! A TLC membership is the perfect gift for someone who loves Triangle trails in your life. TLC members get special benefits including the biannual Confluence newsletter and access to events and hikes at TLC properties not open to the public (when it’s safe again!).