Davidson Lands Conservancy

Davidson Lands Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust that works with willing landowners to save land in the Davidson, North Carolina area in order to preserve a healthy, natural environment for future generations.

The Davidson Lands Conservancy works to PROTECT valuable land, EDUCATE the public about the benefits of conservation, and ADVOCATE on behalf of our ecosystems. Welcome to our site, and we hope you will join us in our mission.

What's New at Your Land Trust?

WOW-Planetary Lineup!

Posted on 25. Jan, 2016 by .

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In the early morning sky for the next few weeks there’s a chance to see five planets lining up in the sky and at times the moon joins them. This is a rare site and one visible early in the morning just before sunrise. Many of us are already up at this time of year […]

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WOW-The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Posted on 12. Jan, 2016 by .

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The Old Farmer’s Almanac- Useful with a pleasant degree of humor.

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2015: The Year in Review

Posted on 18. Dec, 2015 by .

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Support the Davidson Lands Conservancy with a year-end gift! Year-in-Review for the DLC It has been quite a year for the Davidson Lands Conservancy. We began the year with the devastating loss of our long-time Executive Director, Roy Alexander in January.  We brought Autumn Rierson Michael on board in April of this year as our […]

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WOW with The Raptor Center at the Farmers’ Market!

Posted on 19. Nov, 2015 by .

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WOW will host The Raptor Center at the Market Saturday Nov. 21

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Stargazing at Fisher Farm was a great success!

Posted on 18. Nov, 2015 by .

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Stargazing at Fisher Farm was a success thanks to many volunteers

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WOW and TreesDavidson at the Farmers’ Market!

Posted on 12. Nov, 2015 by .

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TreesDavidson is a group of volunteers who are dedicated to enhancing Davidson’s tree canopy.

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Successful Annual Meeting last weekend!

Posted on 11. Nov, 2015 by .

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The Davidson Lands Conservancy was graced with a day between rainstorms to hold its Annual Meeting at Runneymede Equestrian Park last Sunday, November 8th. About 40 folks were present to hear about DLC’s work this year and to celebrate the organization’s 15th Anniversary. Town Commissioner Jim Fuller (and former DLC Board President) led a Toast […]

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