Meet Our Executive Director Roy Alexander

The Mecklenburg Times of Charlotte recently profiled Roy Alexander, the Davidson Land Conservancy’s first and only Executive Director.  Thanks to Tony Brown for the excellent article, as well as the photograph that accompanies this post. Click here to download a pdf file of the article.  Even if you’ve known Roy for years, you’ll learn something […]

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WOW! Nature Scavenger Hunt!

Several families with children had fun today at Lake Davidson Nature Preserve with a late winter nature scavenger hunt.  This event was friendly to all ages as children could find “something green” or “something round like a ball” while their parents or older siblings could identify Red Oak trees or Raccoon tracks.  And the weather […]

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WOW-Tree Signs Project!

Since the beginning of the group known as WOW there has been talk of finding a way to identify trees in some of our local natural areas so that residents and visitors could learn more about our native trees. With the help of many in our community we have now purchased a number of tree […]

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A Great Day To Honor Sterling Martin!

The Town of Davidson dedicated the nature trail at the Lake Davidson Nature Preserve in honor of Sterling Martin on August 18, 2012.  Following a WOW! outing where tree tags were installed on the nature trail, Town of Davidson Parks & Recreation Manager Kathryn Spatz addressed the crowd, followed by Davidson Mayor John Woods and […]

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Order Your Tree ID Tag Today!

The WOW! (World of Wonder) program, a collaboration between the Davidson Lands Conservancy and Woodlands Discovery, is taking orders for tree identification tags to be placed on trees at Fisher Farm Park, the Lake Davidson Nature Preserve, and on trees throughout Davidson and surrounding areas. There are two easy ways for you to purchase a […]

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