Fast-paced, interactive series bringing the benefits of conservation to life. 5 speakers get 5 minutes and 15 slides to tell a story and inspire the audience!
Triangle Land Conservancy’s Wild Ideas series provides a unique venue for experts and the community to share their innovative ideas to improve lives through conservation by safeguarding clean water, protecting wildlife habitat, supporting local farms and food, and connecting people to nature.
On November 14th, meet Walnut Hill, a 405-acre property owned by Triangle Land Conservancy that embodies all 4 of these community benefits and will become their next public nature preserve. The land is host to several unique ecosystems, over 100 acres of working farmland, 250 years of local agrarian history, and will connect to some of the most significant greenway systems in the Triangle and state.
At Wild Ideas for Walnut Hill you will learn about this special place and then help us figure out how these 405 acres will serve the needs of your community and make the Triangle a more vibrant place to live, work, and play.
For more information on Wild Ideas for Walnut Hill speakers and Expo organizations please visit the Wild Ideas homepage.
This program is offered free of charge thanks to support from: