The LandTrust is a community-based, non-governmental organization, working to promote conservation and responsible land stewardship in the communities that are served by the Yadkin-Pee Dee River Basin.
The LandTrust works to protect the clean water and air, significant natural features, and overall quality of life that the citizens of this region enjoy every day. Without the support of individuals in each and every community within our footprint, our organization could not work as effectively to promote successful conservation efforts in this region.
If your organization is interested in learning more about our organization and land protection in the Piedmont, please contact us at (704) 647-0302 to arrange for a LandTrust representative to give a brief presentation at your next meeting. The LandTrust also welcomes the opportunity to host an informational session for landowners in your area.
Do you have an interest in preserving our valuable natural resources and want to use your time and efforts to further conservation activities in the Piedmont? Consider volunteering with the LandTrust!
The LandTrust accepts and appreciates volunteers in any of a number of areas and from every background and skill level. From experienced botanists and land managers who can offer advice and expertise, to outdoor enthusiasts who don’t mind pulling out weeds for invasive species management, everyone has something to contribute.
To volunteer with The LandTrust, please click here to download our Volunteer Form.
Please fill this form out and mail to The LandTrust for Central North Carolina directly: 204 E. Innes St. Suite 280, Salisbury, NC 28144, or contact The LandTrust at (704) 647-0302.
The LandTrust for Central NC is excited to announce the launch of our new and exciting Hike and Paddle Challenge in the Uwharrie region. These challenges are an organized and fun way to get to know the Uwharrie region, with its vast natural areas, awesome views, and rich history. Participate in either the hike or the paddle challenge, or both, by picking eight hikes or paddles and completing them (anytime after January 1, 2014), and win an awesome patch to signify your accomplishment! And while you’re participating, you’ll get to see some of the beautiful places we’ve worked to help preserve in North Carolina’s heartland! Click here to find out more!