Conservation Value and Benefits for Connection to Nature

August 3, 2017
Sean Bloom and Sam Kirk visited the Viles Preserve in Catawba County, upper South Fork River. The creeks shown here are tributaries of the South Fork.

Stewardship is Forever

Stewardship resembles a marriage. Except marriage is only “’til death do us part.” Stewardship is forever. It takes a lot of work and sometimes multiple years […]
July 27, 2017
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City of Charlotte Collaboration Protects 131 Acres of Land

3 new conservation projects part of innovative collaboration to preserve tree canopy In July, we worked with the City of Charlotte’s Tree Canopy Preservation Program (TCPP) […]
January 11, 2017
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Fall/Winter 2016 Newsletter Available Online

Check out the online version of our Fall/Winter newsletter! The 25th anniversary edition features: CLC’s history and major milestones A look at our new logo and […]
January 4, 2017
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5 Conservation and Trail Wins You Made Possible

Looking back on 2016 – Catawba Lands Conservancy’s 25th anniversary year – I’m incredibly proud of what we accomplished with your support! We opened 8 segments […]
October 21, 2012

Long Creek Conservation Area

Great things are taking place on and around Catawba Lands Conservancy’s (CLC) Long Creek Conservation Area, including a new 2.1-mile segment of the Carolina Thread Trail […]
April 1, 2012

CLC is the lead agency for The Carolina Thread Trail

April 1, 2012

220+ miles of the Carolina Thread Trail are open to the public

April 1, 2012

Over the past five years, a 14.6 miles of trail have been opened on or planned for CLC conserved properties

April 1, 2012

$3 million in private grants have been awarded to communities to build The Thread

March 21, 2012

Advances urban conservation

March 21, 2012

Builds regional partnerships

March 21, 2012

Promotes recreation and improved health

March 21, 2012

Connects people to nature and the outdoors