Partners make our work possible
People in the Piedmont have been coming together to conserve important land since 1990. There are so many ways to be a part of local land conservation, from creating your own conservation legacy, to boots-on-the-ground work days, to simply connecting with the land in new and refreshing ways.
Sign up for our monthly enews to keep up to date with PLC happenings!
PLC host events most months of the year, including walking tours, paddle trips, volunteer workdays, and other chances to connect with others in nature. Visit our upcoming events page to see what’s in the works now!
Members of the PLC staff are available to speak to your civic organization, garden club, church group, or other organization. PLC manages three nature preserves available for educational field trips, Knight Brown Nature Preserve, the Emily Allen Wildflower Preserve, and Caraway Creek Preserve. PLC can also facilitate a hike, paddle trip, or other nature outings for your team. Please get in touch with us to discuss your goals and how we can help.
PLC has semi-regular volunteer opportunities for groups and individuals. We also have opportunities for corporate or team building workday partnerships. Ready to roll up your sleeves and make a difference? Contact us at email@example.com to learn more about group volunteering or visit our upcoming events page to see what’s in the works now!
The fastest way to make a big difference? Become a member of Piedmont Land Conservancy by donating in any amount.
You can give online at the link above or mail your gift to:
P.O. Box 4025
Other ways to give include:
- Giving by a planned or estate gift can create a legacy of conservation.
- Your old car, truck, boat, or camper can be donated to help protect land.
- Donating stocks, securities or other assets can provide tremendous support.
Learn more by contacting our development director, Karrie Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (336)691-0088 and asking for Karrie Jo.
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