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Kids need more time outdoors, say the Schencks. And they're working to provide just that.
Supporting rare mountain bogs in their home state.
Thanks to their generosity, new lands have been added to Chimney Rock State Park.
Long-time TNC supporter Marion Sekerak has a passion for the Bat Cave Preserve in Western North Carolina.
Sadie Walters credits her parents and a stint as a Nature Conservancy intern as a major part of bringing her to where she is today.
The Wolfs strive to give back to others, like they have with their internship program through the North Carolina Chapter.
Legacy Club member Emily Peele holds fond memories of growing up in eastern NC, and she wants future generations to have them, too.
"We both think that the idea of trying to preserve and conserve land in anticipation of the future is something that is absolutely vital."
This retired economist and attorney make a point of visiting Conservancy preserves wherever they go and have made a commitment to conservation by joining the Legacy Club.
Don Spude's first contact with The Nature Conservancy was in the 1970s at a hike at Toft's Point, a Conservancy preserve on Lake Michigan.
Betty Anne and Gary Schenk have spent a good part of their lives in exotic, tropical locales.
Bates chose the Conservancy for a couple of reasons: its reputation and it has the capacity to allow him to designate contributions to the Southeastern Coastal Plain, where he grew up.
This time around Nancy, who is a long term TNC supporter, is helping us tell a story that is very important for our Chapter.
New NC Science Director brings a wealth of ecological experience and science expertise.
Karin Horn went into human resources because it was a place where she could make a difference.
A love of exploration makes TNC and Conservation Coordinator Gretchen Coll a natural fit.
Chuck Peoples can't remember an age when he wasn't outside, enjoying the natural world around him. That love for the environment brought him to where he is today - Conservation Director for the North Carolina Chapter of TNC.
Earth Day was more than a celebration for this conservation coordinator -- it also led to a job at TNC.
What started as an internship for Conservation Coordinator Zach West has turned into a fulltime job. And passion.
A chance glance at the classified ads meant Conservation Coordinator Jennifer Lamb would go from TNC admirer to TNC employee.
Sometimes you just fall into the perfect job by accident.
"Habitat restoration is one the greatest conservation challenges."
"Someone put a drip torch in my hand, and it was love at first sight."
When Mike Norris arrived in the Sandhills a decade ago, he thought things looked a bit monotonous.