To protect and conserve land, natural areas, rural landscapes, family farms, and historic places within North Carolina’s central Piedmont and Sandhills.
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.
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
Acres Permanently Conserved
Acres of Farmland Conserved
Miles of River & Stream Frontage Conserved
Acres Transferred to the Public for Recreation
From the Blog
Three Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce the conservation of a 130-acre property located in Randolph County. The landowners, Mark and Jessica Wilburn, placed a permanent conservation easement on their family farm, known as Uwharrie Ridge Farm, on September 25,...
On October 2nd, Three Rivers Land Trust hosted their fourth annual Conservation Classic Sporting Clays Tournament at Hyatt Farms Sporting Clays near Polkton, NC to support local conservation. Teams of four shot a round of 50 clays on a challenging 14-station sporting...
Three Rivers Land Trust is excited to announce they were awarded a $584,100 grant from the North Carolina Agricultural Development and Farmland Preservation Trust Fund for the purchase of a conservation easement on a 320-acre farm in Cabarrus County. This property...