Davidson K8 Nature Observatory Work Day: Bridges to Conservation

Davidson Lands Conservancy (DLC) and Catawba Lands Conservancy partnered  with Community School of Davidson sophomores and seniors for a morning of service on Friday, November 19, 2021. Over 20 students and staff gathered at the Nature Observatory behind Davidson K8 School to improve the nature area, known as the Nature Observatory, behind the school.  This

Full STEAM Ahead: World of Wonder Participates in Woodlawn’s 2021 Virtual STEAMfest

For the second year in a row, WOW has participated in Woodlawn's awesome STEAMfest. STEAMfest (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) aims to pique the interest of young folks and encourage curiosity and exploration. We loved being part of this event in person last year, and we were thrilled to be asked back for the

Davidson Lands Conservancy holds 20th annual meeting

Davidson Lands Conservancy hosted its 20th Annual Meeting—virtually—on December 6, bringing together board members, supporters, and conservationists.   Executive Director Dave Cable reported the Conservancy’s 2020 progress in areas of land conservation, land stewardship, urban forestry, greenways and trails, and wildlife corridors. He also summarized organizational changes to increase impact and efficiency.  “With DLC’s focus

Beaty Park: Diamond in the Rough

Volunteers gathered on Saturday, November 21, for a community clean-up at Beaty Park, Davidson’s emerging gem of a park and nature preserve. Hosted by Davidson Lands Conservancy and the Town of Davidson, this was the second community event at the park over the last year. Forty-some volunteers from across Davidson—including a healthy contingency from

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