Fall is in full swing in North Carolina! During this season of gratitude, we celebrate the cooler weather that allows us to enjoy the natural beauty of our state, from mountains to the sea. Whether it’s seeing the leaves change in the Blue Ridge Mountains, walking along the coast at sunset (we have over 300 miles of ocean shoreline!), or enjoying deer hunting season, our state offers endless opportunities to relax, recharge, and reflect.
We are grateful for the dedicated work of North Carolina’s conservation organizations that make it possible to conserve the land and preserve our state. The conservation trust funds benefit us all and play an important role in supporting a healthy environment, clean water, and a vibrant economy.
North Carolina’s conservation trust funds have worked in concert to fund the projects that keep our state beautiful and help it thrive. Thanks to North Carolina’s conservation organizations, we can enjoy:
- Jobs and a strong local economy in both urban and rural areas
- Preservation of historically and ecologically significant places
- Thriving family farms and forests
- Places to exercise, hunt, fish, and watch wildlife
The conservation trust funds have been the backbone of our state’s big conservation wins throughout the decades. Land for Tomorrow applauds our legislators for prioritizing funding for the conservation projects that will protect our state for generations to come.
While the past year brought us untold challenges, it’s also brought an opportunity to step back and be grateful for our blessings. The outdoors offers us all the chance to gather with friends, connect with family, and be one with the beauty of the land.
Now we want to hear from you. What outdoor place are you thankful for in our beautiful state? Snap a photo and send it to us, along with a brief explanation of why you’re grateful for it. We may even feature it on our social media channels through Thanksgiving! Follow the hashtag #SeasonOfGratitudeNC to see other photos of favorite spots around the state.
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