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CLC Needs Stewardship Volunteers…Can You Help?

Do you have a few extra hours to help us cut grass, whack some weeds, or even pick up trash at a few of our conserved properties? Whether it’s one person or a group of volunteers, we could really use your help.

Volunteers are needed to help with maintenance on three CLC properties in Lincoln and Gaston counties. The three sites are: Spencer Mt. River Access (Gaston County/Spencer Mt.), South Fork River Rail Trail (Lincoln County/Lincolnton), and R.Y. McAden Access (Gaston County/McAdenville).

This maintenance work includes trash pick-up, weeding and mowing grass. Volunteers are asked to provide and use their own lawnmowers, weed trimmers or any other equipment needed to complete these tasks; CLC will provide trash bags.

Volunteers are needed weekly, for about 1.5 hours, between now and late September. Before you go to our property site, please first contact CLC Stewardship Associate Andy Kane via email,, to get more information and a volunteer schedule.

Your help is greatly needed and appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help and support!