There’s no more missing link! We just transferred 402 acres to the NC Forest Service that helps connect this treasured state forest to a vast corridor of public lands that spans over 100,000 acres.
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A new study of the flora and fauna of Polk County documents an extraordinary number of rare plants and describes 32 areas that are vitally important for biodiversity.
PRESS RELEASE: September 2018 Steve King was recently inducted into the Second Wind Hall of Fame, sponsored by Conserving Carolina. This award reads in part,...Read More
Join Conserving Carolina for a free lecture on tree identification presented by Dr. Gillian Newberry on Saturday, September 29 at 10:30 a.m. at the Anne...Read More