Our Mission

To protect and conserve land, natural areas, rural landscapes, family farms, and historic places within North Carolina’s central Piedmont and Sandhills.

Current Projects

If we expect to enjoy the rural landscapes and natural areas of Central North Carolina in the future, we must act now to conserve them. Partner with us by donating towards the acquisition of these properties.

Morrow Mountain Falls Addition

233 acres, with 95 acres of mature hardwoods, adjacent to Morrow Mountain

Spencer Woods/Fred and Alice Stanback Educational Forest Expansion project

50-acre addition to an already 53-acre passive park that possesses 2 miles of hiking trails, an observation platform over a pond, and picnic areas. The expansion area will add new trails, as well as connect the park to Grants Creek, which gives the possibility of developing a kayak/canoe access point on the creek

Crisp Project

168 acres of riparian area on McLendons Creek. The stretch of McLendons Creek adjacent to the Crisp Property

Tuckertown Project

Three Rivers Land Trust has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to conserve 4,700 acres and 76 miles of shoreline on the Yadkin River at High Rock Lake and Tuckertown Lake.

Acres Permanently Conserved

Acres of Farmland Conserved

Miles of River & Stream Frontage Conserved

Acres Transferred to the Public for Recreation

From the Blog

Group Holds Event Celebrating Kayaker’s Return to the Water

June 16, 2021 On June 5, 2021, representatives from Three Rivers Land Trust (TRLT), River Daisy Outdoor Company, LLC, Stanly County Sheriff Department, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC), and TRLT paddle participant Robert “Bob” Hanley returned to...

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Salisbury, NC 28144





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