People and Nature

Passionate Volunteers Make New Connections in the Triangle

October 14, 2015

By Laura Smith Bob Stoothoff has lived all over the country, but for the last two years he and his wife, Cindy, have called the Triangle home. When they arrived, they were interested in finding a local, reputable environmental organization they could support. They found out about Triangle Land Conservancy through the another conservation organization […]

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Tales from the Field: A Mayberry State of Mind

September 16, 2015

Life in the Triangle seems to move so fast, everyone rushing to get from place A to place B so they can cross some random task off their mile-long to-do list. I frequently, and happily, find myself stuck at the railroad crossings in downtown Cary going to and from home. Looking around at the other […]

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Transplanting Traditions farmer

Conservation for All Farm Tour Highlights Diversity in North Carolina Agriculture

August 19, 2015

On Thursday, August 27th, Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC) will present the Conservation for All Farm Tour in partnership with the Conservation Trust of North Carolina (CTNC), Transplanting Traditions Community Farm, and the Orange County Partnership for Young Children. The tour will be held at TLC’s J. Logan and Elinor Moore Irvin Nature Preserve in Orange County […]

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Getting to Know: Summer Intern Duncan Dodson

August 18, 2015

This summer, TLC staff and volunteers have had the pleasure of getting to know Duncan Dodson. Duncan is studying environmental science at Duke University and joined TLC this summer through the Stanback Internship Program. Duncan hails from Tulsa, Oklahoma where he spent many formative years as a Boy Scout. “I basically got to experience 12 […]

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