On June 10, 2022, Three Rivers Land Trust recognized three outgoing board members during its regular Board of Directors meeting. The three outgoing board members served a combined total of 9 years and helped Three Rivers Land Trust in their conservation efforts in a 15-county region. Three Rivers Land Trust is appreciative of the efforts displayed by each outgoing board member and is thankful for their work supporting the organization.
Anslo Fowler, an avid outdoorsman from Davie County, served on the Board of Directors from 2019-2022. Anslo participated in various programs and outdoor events at Three Rivers Land Trust. He is an active Sportsman Access Program Member and attendee of the TRLT 3D Archery Tournaments, where he helped promote Land Trust events to newcomers.
Savannah Heath is the Economic Development Director in Montgomery County, and served on the Board of Directors from 2019-2022. Savannah remained engaged with the Land Trust in many ways, always being a familiar face at ribbon cuttings in the region. During her time on the Board of Directors, Savannah played an active role in the Jazz on the Rails event and has been an advocate for the Land Trust in Montgomery County.
Tommy Porter is the President of Porter Farms, Inc. in Cabarrus County. He served on the TRLT Board of Directors from 2019-2022. Tommy is a Cabarrus Soil & Water Conservation District Board Supervisor, and will continue to remain involved with Three Rivers Land Trust as an advocate for farmland conservation.
“We are incredibly thankful to each of the outgoing Board Members that have volunteered their time to helping direct the Land Trust in our mission,” stated TRLT Executive Director Travis Morehead. “Anslo, Savannah, and Tommy are all excellent people that we [TRLT] were lucky to have as leaders and advocates for conservation in our region.”
To learn more about how to conserve your own lands or how you can support Three Rivers Land Trust in their conservation mission, please contact Emily Callicutt, Land Protection Specialist at Three Rivers Land Trust by calling 704-647-0302 or by email at email@example.com.