Your Lands Conservancy has been on a six-month journey of self-reflection and analysis to answer a key question: How do we maximize our impact? We’ve explored the history of our programs and their impacts, as well as those of other land trusts in the region. Local sources, including findings from the Town’s recently completed
Communications Committee Help Davidson Lands Conservancy develop and implement a marketing plan that best articulates DLC's mission and brings news to our current or potential supporters. This may include writing press releases, taking photographs, and providing content for social media. To volunteer, please click here.
Education Volunteer Join our World of Wonder, a family-focused environmental education program, to help us design hands-on activities at the Davidson Farmer's Market booth and create nature-based outings for children and their families. Please click here to volunteer. Outreach Committee Volunteer Join us to work on environmental projects such as Bee City, milkweed pastures
Davidson Lands Conservancy is pleased to host its 14th annual Run for Green on Saturday, September 14, 2019. This is a morning of races for all ages and abilities that supports our efforts to protect natural areas, open spaces, greenways, and trails.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 13th Annual Run for Green on September 29, 2018. In spite of our delay from Hurricane Florence, we had another great event. Thanks to all of the runners, sponsors and our many volunteers. We could not have done it without you!
The Davidson Lands Conservancy wishes to extend our heartfelt "THANK YOU" to all of the sponsors of this year's 13th annual Run for Green. Without your support, our race would not be possible. Thank you from the bottom of our heart! PRESENTING SPONSOR Thank you so much to MSC Industrial Supply, co-headquartered in Davidson. This
Davidson Land Conservancy’s annual meeting will be held at 2:00pm on Sunday, November 12th at The Pines at Davidson. There will be people in the lobby directing attendees to the correct location. Our meeting is open to the public, so all are welcome! Dr. Mark Stanback, a professor of Biology at Davidson College, will