stewardship

Look out for these invasive worms!

June 16, 2023

By Laura Warman, Grants Manager As we near summer and start spending more time out on the trails and in the garden, it’s a great time to be on the lookout for invasive species. As a quick reminder – native species can also be unruly, aggressive, and unpleasant for us but they evolved here and […]

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TLC is everywhere!

May 2, 2023

Ten years ago, TLC moved into what has been our head office on Duke Street in downtown Durham. A lot has changed since then. As the Triangle’s population has grown, our team has doubled in size to meet the increased need for land protection, stewardship, outreach, and fundraising — including our finance and administration team […]

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TLC At 40: A Rich History and a Vibrant Future

May 2, 2023

As you read TLC’s first newsletter on our blog, you will see how much TLC and the region have grown and changed since 1983. You may also be struck by how much is still the same — from concerns about the rapid development of the region to our mission to protect natural and historic lands […]

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Wild I.D.E.A.S: Inspiring A More Vibrant Tomorrow

May 2, 2023

On February 15, over 375 people came to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences for Wild I.D.E.A.s for a More Vibrant Tomorrow to learn and discuss how we can make the outdoors more inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible for all. Attendees enjoyed engaging talks from four expert speakers and connected with representatives from 28 local […]

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Meet the Neuse River Waterdog!

April 12, 2023

By Hannah Royal, Stewardship Associate The Neuse River Waterdog is an endemic species of aquatic salamander only found in the Neuse and Tar-Pamlico River basins of North Carolina. Also known as the Carolina Mudpuppy, it is one of three species of “mudpuppy” found in the state with the others found exclusively in the mountains and […]

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Two draft harnessed draft horses pulling a log.

Harnessing horsepower for land stewardship

December 9, 2022

Seeing a team of sturdy draft horses pulling a log down a forest path may invoke images of the old days before the advent of machines. Such was the sight recently at Three Bears, a TLC owned site in the Fall Lakes Watershed in northern Wake County. Our Stewardship staff enlisted the service of local […]

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A season of change— and growth

May 12, 2021

As a supporter of Triangle Land Conservancy, you have likely heard of our goal to conserve 25,000 acres of land in the Triangle by 2025. It is a bold goal, and its magnitude is not limited to the size and scope of the acres protected— the public benefits of conserving land roughly equal to the […]

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Growth & Gratitude

April 9, 2021

For more than a year now, our Triangle communities, like people across the world, have faced challenging times. The months since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic have been a period of challenge and change, but also of resiliency and reflection. Over the last year, many people have discovered a deeper, more profound appreciation for […]

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