Who Are We?
The Sandhills Chapter of Three Rivers Land Trust is a community of conservation-minded folks who are interested in outdoor recreation activities and being a force of good in their area by supporting conservation where it matters most – in their back yard!
We host events like meet and greets, youth educational events, hikes, paddles, river cleanups, and much more.
While the virus has had a chilling effect on our event schedule, but we have been striving to have outdoor events that allow those who are comfortable and able to attend while social distancing and wearing a mask. We’d love to see you at our next event!
Interested in taking on a leadership role or learning more about us? Reach out today and email Eastern Regional Director, Ellie Daniels.
Photos from our Summer Wildflower Walk
Fall Fun Paddle on Lumber River
Join us for a paddle on the Lumber River at 10 AM on Saturday, October 24th. We will put in at the Turnpike Road access on SR 1412 and take out at the Wildlife Boating Access at US 401. This is an 8.3 mile paddle on an intimate strech of the Lumber river with cypress trees and lots of wildlife to observe. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
Virtual Fall Meeting
We will be gathering virtually for drinks or apple cider (or your favorite cold weather drink!) on Tuesday, November 9th at 5:30 PM.
To join the meeting at the time of the event, click on the link below.
Meeting ID: 846 273 8400