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Our Partners

Getting More Done Together

The Nature Conservancy works closely with many partner organizations to protect land for public ownership in North Carolina. This allows public conservation money to go further, being leveraged by private funds, as well as makes donor monies stretch. The groups we work with include government agencies, conservation organizations, and land trusts

Land for Tomorrow

TNC is a part of Land for Tomorrow - a statewide partnership of concerned citizens, businesses, interest groups and local governments urging the General Assembly to fully fund the state's conservation trust funds:

  • Clean Water Management Trust Fund
  • Natural Heritage Trust Fund
  • Parks and Recreation Trust Fund
  • Agricultural Development and Farmland Preservation Trust Fund

Every year, Land for Tomorrow produces a Green Book that details conservation projects around the state and gives a county-by-county account of where conservation dollars are being spent.

We also have an annual Lobby Day (March 22, 2011 - see our Events page for more information) during which people from all over the state come to Raleigh to lobby their legislators about the importance of clean water and open lands. We would love to have you join us!

  • Contact Debbie Crane at (919) 794-4373 or dcrane@tnc.org for more information about Land for Tomorrow, the Green Book, or Lobby Day.

Government Agencies
State
  • NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund
  • NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Plant Protection Section
  • NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
  • NC Department of Transportation
  • NC Division of Coastal Management, NC National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • NC Division of Forest Resources
  • NC Division of Parks and Recreation
  • NC Parks and Recreation Trust Fund
  • NC Division of Soil and Water Conservation
  • NC Natural Heritage Program
  • NC Natural Heritage Trust Fund
  • NC Wildlife Resources Commission
  • North Carolina Coastal Paddle System 
Federal
  • US Geological Survey, Biologic Resources Division
  • US Department of Defense
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • US Forest Service

Nongovernmental Agencies
  • Audubon North Carolina
  • Black Family Land Trust
  • Blue Ridge Rural Land Trust
  • Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy
  • Catawba Lands Conservancy
  • Conservation Trust for North Carolina
  • Davidson Lands Conservancy
  • Eno River Association
  • Foothills Conservancy
  • High Country Conservancy
  • Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust
  • Land for Tomorrow
  • Land Trust Alliance
  • Land Trust for the Little Tennessee
  • Land Trust for Central North Carolina
  • Lumber River Conservancy
  • Mountains-to-Sea Trail
  • National Committee for the New River
  • National Wild Turkey Federation
  • Natural Areas Association
  • North Carolina Coastal Land Trust
  • North Carolina Conservation Network
  • North Carolina Paddle Trails Association
  • North Carolina Sandhills Conservation Partnership
  • North Carolina Trout Unlimited
  • North Carolina Rail-Trails
  • North Carolina Wildlife Federation
  • One North Carolina Naturally
  • Pacolet Area Conservancy
  • Piedmont Land Conservancy
  • Sandhills Area Land Trust
  • Sandhills Ecological Institute
  • Smith Island Land Trust
  • Society for Conservation Biology
  • Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy
  • Southern Blue Ridge Fire Learning Network
  • Tar River Land Conservancy
  • Triangle Greenways Council
  • Triangle Land Conservancy

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