Message from the president.

Since 2000, we have worked throughout our community to protect almost 17,800 acres of land for drinking water, wildlife, farming, hunting and enjoying nature.

Our donors play a critical role in the success of our work. Please make a tax-deductible charitable contribution today to help us to preserve even more land as a natural legacy to leave to future generations..

Thank you for helping us to save and to steward these lands we love!

Ernie Averett

Latest News

Trail Crew Volunteers Needed

TRLC is working to open its Ledge Creek Forest Conservation Area to the public by fall 2016. Three miles of hiking trails will be constructed this spring and summer with help from community volunteers. The 220-acre Ledge Creek Forest Conservation Area adjoins Brogden Road and Ledge Creek near the Town of Stem in Granville County. Find out how to become a trail crew volunteer!

Vounteer Opportunities

Volunteers play a key role at Tar River Land Conservancy. Their gift of time, energy, knowledge, enthusiasm, and special skills enables the organization to pursue more land protection activities than would otherwise be possible. Interested in becoming a volunteer?
Check out our many volunteer opportunities...