Laura Stroud

Chatham Conservation Partnership Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

August 11, 2017

More than 100 people attended Chatham Conservation Partnership’s 10 year anniversary celebration held last month in Pittsboro. The evening included a keynote address from Bill Holman of the Conservation Fund, who spoke about the importance of land conservation to support a vibrant and healthy future for Chatham County. Holman emphasized the State’s role in continuing to fund […]

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Rx Fire

February 15, 2017

On February 2, 2017, TLC preformed a prescribed burn at Temple Flat Rock Preserve. Much of the North Carolina landscape and natural habitats that we know and love are historically dependent up on natural fire regimes, but over time, these natural regimes have been suppressed to minimize damage to life and property. Prescribed burning is […]

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TLC Wheels

July 26, 2016

There are a lot of tools I use for my job. I use an app on my phone to give me directions to our conserved properties. I use an orange vest to be visible in the field (not to mention the pockets!). I use a tablet to take photos and notes of our conservation easement […]

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State Endangered Species: Virginia Least Trillium

May 16, 2016

We know that our conservation easements protect some pretty special things. As the staff member responsible for visiting each of our easement properties every year, I have the unique privilege of visiting natural areas that no one else gets to explore. Sometimes this means getting to be the first, likely only, person to see deer […]

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