In 1983, an ambitious group of volunteers founded Triangle Land Conservancy to conserve land for tomorrow. 35 years later, TLC has protected over 18,500 acres in Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Lee, Orange, and Wake Counties. We’ve opened 7 public nature preserves where people can connect with nature on their own or during one of our 60+ events per year. We manage 3 farm properties where partners are given the land they need to grow food for their communities. But are we ready for the next 35 years?
On December 5th, step into the future when 5 speakers share 5 minute insights on 5 topics for tomorrow. At Wild Ideas for Tomorrow, Today we’ll explore Triangle population growth trends, our changing climate in the Piedmont, who will carry the legacy of the land, and what Triangle Land Conservancy envisions as we continue to conserve “land for tomorrow.”
For more information on Wild Ideas for Tomorrow, Today speakers, schedule, and Expo organizations please visit the Wild Ideas homepage.
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