conservation easement

Green Button Farm Officially Conserved with TLC!

February 9, 2016

It’s official: Green Button Farm in Durham County is permanently conserved, thanks to a conservation easement with Triangle Land Conservancy! Green Button Farm is a 37-acre sustainable family farm in northern Durham County providing chemical-free produce, pastured chickens, pork, beef, and eggs to local households and restaurants. Owners Ryan and Alicia Butler first approached TLC […]

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The Lindley Farm at Lindale Farm

Organic Dairy Farm Permanently Conserved

December 30, 2015

With the generosity of the Lindley family and support from members like you, TLC recently conserved the 182-acre Lindale Farm in the Silk Hope area of Chatham County. This project brings the total amount of farmland protected in this agricultural community to 565 acres! >>>Support the conservation of more local farms by donating now to […]

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Stream Buffer

The Importance of Streamside Buffers in Conservation

December 18, 2015

Streamside buffers are an important part of stream ecosystems because they decrease pollution, control erosion, and provide wildlife habitat. Also called riparian buffers, streamside buffers are naturally occurring vegetated areas that run alongside streams and other aquatic systems such as lakes, ponds, and wetlands. In regions where land is used for agriculture and livestock, nitrogen […]

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Bonlee-Tick Creek Farm in Chatham County

TLC Conserves 97 Acres of Farmland in Chatham County

December 8, 2015

Contact: Diana Hackenburg Communications Manager 919-908-0056 | 419-603-0816 [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CHATHAM COUNTY, NC – Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC) has permanently conserved 607 acres of contiguous farmland in Chatham County with the signing of a new 97-acre conservation easement this month.   The conserved property, located about 10 miles south of Siler City, protects […]

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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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A Visit to Reid Garden

August 11, 2015

In August 1992, Margaret Baker Reid donated a conservation easement to Triangle Land Conservancy for 1.4 acres of her property in Raleigh to become a Wildflower Garden. This beautiful and unique property is currently owned by Mr. Robert Mackintosh. Yesterday, Laura Stroud (Conservation & Stewardship Associate) and I went to the property for its annual […]

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