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2015 New Year’s Resolutions

January 5, 2015

Thank you for supporting Triangle Land Conservancy in 2014! You're probably starting the year off on the right foot by making some new year's resolutions. We wanted to share a few of our resolutions (beyond safeguarding clean water, protecting natural habitats, supporting farms and food, and connecting people with nature) for 2015 with you: Do […]

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TLC’s “10 Biggest Moments” of 2014

December 31, 2014

Community has been at the heart of TLC's work for over 30 years, and this year that value was more apparent than ever. We try not to measure our impact just in “bucks and acres,” but in the lives we touch and the progress made toward a healthier, more vibrant Triangle for all. Donations from […]

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A Glimpse of Play in Nature: Wolf Pack

December 17, 2014

Guest post by Susan Reda for Learning Outside On a brisk fall morning, Learning Outside’s Forest Kindergarteners ventured out from Base Camp to explore in the woods of Irvin Nature Preserve. Once there, several of the children happened upon a fort built by campers during the past summer’s 'Fantastic Forts' camp.  This unexpected find sparked […]

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Exploring the New Trails at Horton Grove

December 4, 2014

This fall, Triangle Land Conservancy staff stepped out of the office for a few hours on an afternoon adventure in preparation for an upcoming special event at Horton Grove. Our first stop, however, was Pompieri Pizza in downtown Durham, a restaurant making just about everything from scratch and mostly from locally-sourced ingredients. Owner Seth Gross, […]

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In the Kitchen with TLC: Persimmon Pudding

December 1, 2014

By Gphoto [GFDL ( or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons The fairly common native American persimmon tree (Diospyros virginiana) grows from Connecticut south to Florida and west to Kansas. Scattered throughout woodlands as well as home gardens, these attractive trees provide a brilliant fall display of leaves and orange, hanging fruits. The fruits, which persist after the […]

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In the Kitchen with TLC: Do Chua and Spring Rolls

October 27, 2014

I immediately fell in love with the Durham Farmers' Market when I spotted one of my favorite, often overlooked vegetables, the pale, knobby daikon. This Asian radish, also known as Japanese horseradish, has a milder flavor than the more common red radishes while retaining a nice, crisp crunch perfect for many different applications. (This Wikipedia […]

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Unplug, Unwind and Uncover the Great Outdoors with Campout! Carolina

October 9, 2014

Shut down your computers. Switch off your smart phones. Put your iPads aside. Get back to the basics this October with Campout! Carolina – the great outdoors is calling your name! Join EarthShare North Carolina (ESNC), a network of nonprofit regional environmental groups including Triangle Land Conservancy, the weekend of Oct. 10-12 for its annual statewide campout to celebrate […]

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