Protecting North Carolina’s Fall Splendor

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Cooler temperatures mean North Carolinians can finally get outside and safely enjoy the glory of this fall leafing season. Each of the following locations are protected and open to visitors thanks to the hard work of local organizations and North Carolina’s conservation trust funds – the N.C. Land and Water Fund (NCLWF), Parks and Recreation […]

Conservation Champion: Senator Andy Wells

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Senator Andy Wells has been an avid supporter of legislation that benefits conservation funding in North Carolina. Land for Tomorrow asked Senator Wells a few questions about the importance of land protection. 1. Where is your favorite natural/outdoor place in North Carolina and why is it important to you? Jacob’s Fork River in Catawba County […]

Register for Lobby Day 2019 – April 16

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Land for Tomorrow will host it’s annual Land and Water Conservation Lobby Day on Tuesday, April 16. Register today!  NEW MORNING LOCATION! Lobby Day will begin with a Welcome Briefing at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 W. Jones St, Raleigh, NC 27601, 4th Floor Environmental Conference Room. We will again offer a Pre-Lobby Day Orientation Webinar to be […]

Cooper’s Budget Makes Strong Commitment to Land and Water Conservation

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The Land for Tomorrow coalition praised Gov. Cooper’s proposed budget, which increases appropriations to the state’s conservation trust funds and provides additional personnel for the state park system. “Land and water conservation are important to North Carolina’s economy,” said Bill Holman, NC State Director for the Conservation Fund and chair of the Land for Tomorrow […]

Carteret County News-Times: Thank you Rep. McElraft

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A letter to the Carteret County News editor praising Representative McElraft’s leadership to fund the conservation trust funds. TO THE EDITOR: Thanks to the support of North Carolina Rep. Pat McElraft, family farms in eastern North Carolina will be preserved, military bases will be protected from encroaching development and North Carolinians will have more opportunities […]

Jacksonville Daily News: Senator Brown’s efforts not unnoticed

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A letter to the Jacksonville Daily News editor praising Senator Brown’s leadership to fund the conservation trust funds. To the editor: With the recent adoption of the state budget, legislators have made a renewed commitment to our citizens that they are willing to protect our state’s natural resources and scenic beauty, while promoting rural economic […]

Times-News: Ross, Gunn help protect NC natural resources

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A letter to the Times-News editor praising Representative Ross and Senator Gunn on their leadership to fund the conservation trust funds. North Carolina lawmakers are fighting to preserve the qualities that make our state one of the top places to live, work and visit. The recently passed state budget will allocate an additional $22.7 million […]

Brand New Look for Land for Tomorrow

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Land for Tomorrow revealed a new logo and website to prepare for the upcoming legislative session. The new branding will position the coalition to work with both parties towards bipartisan collaboration so all can successfully meet North Carolina’s conservation needs. The new logo depicts the land that conservation trust funds work so hard to protect. […]

Preserving The Lindale Farm

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The Lindley family has operated their 182-acre dairy farm in Chatham County since the late 1800s. Neill Lindley, the fifth generation of farmers in the family, still owns and runs the farm today. Lindley took over his family’s farm with his wife Cori in 1982 after graduating from NC State University. In 2009, along with […]