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 more of what you enjoy doing.
Buy and eat local whenever possible.
Be more willing to talk to others and learn something about strangers.
Try new things, beyond your comfort zone.
Spend more time with family, limiting distractions from technology.
Not everything is going to be easy or enjoyable, so try to appreciate the challenge and look on the brighter side.
Spend more time with friends, old and new.
Pick up a new hobby.
Help others and our communities by volunteering more often.
Keep it simple and find beauty in everything!
What are your resolutions for 2015? Share them with us on Facebook or Twitter. As research shows, writing down one's goals and sharing them with friends greatly enhances the chance of achieving your goals!
And consider adding “Become a TLC Steward” to your list. TLC Stewards show their commitment to the environment and strengthen TLC’s work through monthly credit card gifts. It's easy, just visit our online giving page and select “monthly recurring payment” as the “type of gift” when making your donation!
Wishing you a fun, safe, and productive New Year!
A special thank you to everyone who has provided TLC with photos of our preserves, events, and volunteers. We couldn't tell our story without your help. Photos from top: Walking at Johnston Mill by Erika Zambello; Harper Baer Picking Up a CSA Box by Katherine Baer; Horton Grove Grand Trail Opening by Sam Upchurch; Horton Grove Grand Opening by Leigh Ann Hammerbacher; The LaPoint family at Horton Grove by Jodie LaPoint; Volunteers at Irvin Nature Preserve; Participants of the Oct 2014 Wild Ideas for Feeding the Triangle event by Diana Hackenburg; Conservation Corps volunteer; Merck volunteers at Horton Grove; Queen Anne's Lace at TLC's Walnut Hill property by Diana Hackenburg.