conservation connections

Conservation Connections Winter 2015

January 5, 2016

Since the summer of 1983, Triangle Land Conservancy has shared its work in a print newsletter, which over the years evolved into its current form, Conservation Connections. Available as a membership benefit when you join Triangle Land Conservancy, Conservation Connections tells the story of land conservation’s past, present, and future in the Triangle region through both […]

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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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Food with an Address, Not a Barcode

September 30, 2015

Adapted from the Fall 2015 issue of Conservation Connections Ryan and Alicia Butler moved from Baltimore, Maryland to a rural farm in Durham back in 2007. Alicia’s father and TLC board member Norris Cotton owned the land at the time. Aside from a farmer who owned a few head of cattle, the farm was sitting […]

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