Conservation in the Media
How are Land for Tomorrow coalition members making the case for conservation statewide?
Through letters to the editor, opinion pieces, and important news and event media coverage, we ensure our voice is seen and heard in local communities and in Raleigh.
Here are the latest updates from across our network:
Spring is a great time to get outside and enjoy the beauty of the North Carolina outdoors. Here are a few great places to visit thanks to grants North Carolina conservation trust funds. You can’t go wrong with a springtime hike in the mountains! Visitors can take advantage of the most extensive trail system found […]Read More
The Agricultural Development and Farmland Preservation Trust Fund (ADFPTF) supports the farming, forestry and horticulture communities within the agriculture industry by supporting the purchase of agricultural conservation easements, funding conservation agreements and more. Here are just some of the success stories thanks to ADFPTF grants over the years: The Holden-Roberts Farm is a Triangle-area success […]Read More
Across North Carolina, conservation trust funds and Land for Tomorrow coalition members are working to protect our state’s lands. The Nature Conservancy and the Army have worked together over the past two decades to protect more than 23,000 acres near Fort Bragg. Learn how this work is preserving one of the world’s most significant habitats: […]Read More
ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — Today, Alamance County Recreation & Parks, The Conservation Fund and Piedmont Land Conservancy announced the addition of 432 acres to the Cane Creek Mountain Natural Area in Snow Camp, North Carolina. The property, known as the Sizemore addition, will nearly double the size of the Natural Area, bringing it to roughly […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More