Piedmont Land Conservancy is a non-profit, grassroots land trust in nine North Carolina Counties: Alamance, Caswell, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin.
Piedmont Land Conservancy permanently protects important lands to conserve our region's rivers and streams, natural and scenic areas, wildlife habitat, and farmland that make the Piedmont a healthy and vibrant place to live, work and visit for present and future generations.
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PLC purchase could increase Dan River access
Read about this 132-acre parcel along the Dan River protected by PLCthestokesnews.com
Conservancy Purchases Land Along Dan River
The conservancy calls the Dan River from Westfield to Hanging Rock State Park one of the most environmentally significant stretches of river on the east coast, and worth conserving. - See more at:TWC Triad News
Proposed Sale of Autumn Creek Property
Information for Prospective Buyers:
Read anOverviewand information about the property for sale.
See the recordedConservation Easementon the property.
View the propertylocator map.
Please join us for our final trip of the summer on the Yadkin River!
Saturday, August 9th - Yadkin River
The Yadkin River is one of North Carolina's longest, starting near Blowing Rock and becoming the Pee Dee River in South Carolina. The mighty Yadkin has stories to tell – of Native Americans, gold mines, textiles and hydro dams. Like many, your impression of the Yadkin in the Piedmont may be from crossing it on US 421 where the river is often muddy and slow. We will paddle upstream in beautiful clear waters along a peaceful section near historic Rockford in Yadkin County, passing the confluence with the Fisher River. More information
See our full lineup of Second Saturday Outings for 2014