Join us in protecting our natural places
Globally, over 50% of people live in an urban area. Whether it is rolling hills, deep forests, steady streams, or tall mountains, the characteristics of the wild places we call home are steadily changing, and diminishing, due to urbanization.
It is paramount to develop a balance between urbanization and conservation of the places that give our homes their characteristics before it is too late.
Join us in protecting the natural areas that we call home.
Catawba Lands Conservancy (CLC) is leading our Land Conservation Project. CLC protects land in the Southern Piedmont of North Carolina through conservation easements, land donations, bargain sales, and preserves.
100% of donations to the Land Conservation Project will go directly to our partners in the field, Catawba Lands Conservancy.
Catawba Lands Conservancy
Catawba Lands Conservancy (CLC) protects land in the Southern Piedmont of North Carolina through conservation easements, land donations, bargain sales, and preserves.
Their conservation efforts improve water and air quality and protect wildlife habitats, farmland, and open natural spaces. CLC is dedicated to helping balance the inevitable growth of our communities with protecting those places that improve our quality of life.
In addition, Catawba Lands Conservancy is the lead agency for The Carolina Thread Trail - a regional network of trails, blueways, and conservation corridors that will ultimately link more than 2.3 million citizens in North and South Carolina.