March 22nd & 23rd: Attend our Hunter Safety course to fulfill your ‘Hunter Education Certification’ requirement
- When: 6:00 pm -9:00 pm
- Where: The LandTrust for Central North Carolina Office (204 East Innes Street, Suite 280, Salisbury, NC)
March 25th: Dick’s Sporting Goods shop day -20% off all purchases for Leopold Society members & friends of The LandTrust
- When: 9:00 am – 9:30 pm
- Where: Dick’s Sporting Goods (Salisbury location).
April 9th: Visit Sam’s table at the Cabela’s ‘Meet Your Conservation Leaders’ event to fulfill an ‘independent conservation activity’ requirement (Mecklenburg Co. members)
- When: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
- Where: The Fort Mill Cabela’s (1000 Cabelas Drive, Fort Mill, SC)
April 29th: Cabarrus Co. Outdoor Day – Come fishing with Sam and Crystal to fulfill an ‘LandTrust Sponsored Conservation Event’ requirement
- When: TBD
- Where: Frank Liske Park
May 13th: Naturalist Weekend – Bring your family and friends to come hike and paddle with the LandTrust Staff to fulfill a ‘LandTrust Sponsored Conservation Event’ requirement. More information here.
- When: 8:45 – whenever you want to leave
- Where: 860 Low Water Bridge Road, Troy, North Carolina
June 10th: Annual Meeting – Attend our annual meeting to learn about the LandTrust and hike with the staff to fulfill a ‘LandTrust Sponsored Conservation Event’.
- When: TBD
- Where: 49104 Morrow Mountain Road, Albemarle, NC
The North Carolina Butterfly Highway – The NC Wildlife Federation will provide free seeds and signs to any Leopold Society group interested in creating a pollinator garden and joining the North Carolina Butterfly Highway. More info here.
Cedar Grove Retreat – An outdoor education and adventure retreat, owned and managed by our very own board member Lenny Stallings, that can be scheduled for Leopold Society groups. More information here.
Richard Childress Racing Museum – The Richard Childress Museum (located in Welcome, NC) is not only a monument to Mr. Childress’ legendary racing career but is also dedicated to his other passion – wildlife and land conservation. The LandTrust for Central North Carolina, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the North Carolina Wildlife Habitat Foundation, the National Wild Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited are all showcased there along with many neat animal mounts. Visit the RCR museum and complete the scavenger hunt (found at the front desk) to fulfill an “independent conservation activity” requirement.
If you or your Leopold Society group is interested in participating in a conservation-based activity that is not listed above contact Sam Parrott, our membership and outreach associate, who will work to make your idea a reality by connecting you with local conservation experts.
Sam Parrott | Membership and Outreach Associate | 704-647-0302 | email@example.com