Connected to the Land. Committed to Conservation.
Conservation is a grass roots movement. The coming together of like minded individuals who are drawn to protecting our vital land and water resources. Those who believe that the legacy of our natural areas and rural landscapes should be passed down to the next generation. These conservationists are hikers, kayakers, hunters, anglers, and outdoor recreation enthusiasts. At Three Rivers Land Trust, we believe everyone should have a voice in local conservation. That is why we have launched local chapters to provide a platform to not only help spread the Land Trust’s mission, but to connect with other conservationists in your area. It is a chance to give back to the natural world that gives us so much.
Join the local conservation movement today by becoming an active voice in a Three Rivers Land Trust Local Chapter!
Serving Montgomery, Stanly, and Randolph Counties.
Serving Cabarrus County.
Serving Rowan County.
Serving Davie and Davidson Counties.
Cape Fear Chapter
Serving Harnett and Cumberland Counties
Serving Hoke and Moore Counties.
Serving Richmond County.
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