Habitat Enhancement Lands Program

(H.E.L.P.)

TRLT Habitat Enhancement Lands Program (H.E.L.P.) is designed to assist landowner’s conservation needs and desires. We understand that getting sound management advice, cost-share assistance, or implementation of desired practices can be a tough process to navigate. We are here to help streamline those processes and provide dedicated and customizable services to truly meet your objectives.

Our Services

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What's Included

  • Custom land management services
  • One on one consultation with Lands Manager
  • Timeline to fit your needs
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How it Works

  • Contact TRLT office 704-647-0302 or email our Conservation Lands Manager, Katie, at katie@trlt.org
  • Schedule consultation
  • Site visit
  • Finalize Services Contract

Food Plots

Non-Native Plant Control

Prescribed Fire

Technical Advice/Guidance

Field Management

Forest Management

Geospatial Services and Mapping

Wildlife Management Plans

Happy Customers

The folks at the Land Trust have been wonderful to work with and made the process so easy to conserve property. It’s been a pleasure.”

-Leon Huneycutt, Landowner

What You Can Expect From Us

Trusted & Experienced

Our Conservation Land Manager, Katie Stovall, brings experience managing wildlife and improving habitat.

Dedicated to Conservation

At Three Rivers, we pride ourselves on being the leading conservation organization in the Piedmont and Sandhills. We believe conserving our rural landscapes and protecting our family farms is paramount. We are dedicated to helping other landowners achieve their conservation goals.

Contract to Fit Your Needs

Every property and every landowner are different. With customized contracts, we can provide technical resources to ensure your land management fits your needs.

(704) 647-0302

Book a Consultation or Customize a Plan Today

Contact

Phone

(704) 647-0302

Address

204 East Innes Street, Suite 120
Salisbury, NC 28144

Email

threerivers@threeriverslandtrust.org

 

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