Three Rivers Land Belief to merge with Sandhills – The Stanly Information & Press



Three Rivers Land Belief and Sandhills Space Land Belief will full a merger by June. The ensuing conservation group will stay Three Rivers Land Belief and be headquartered in Salisbury.

A gaggle of Moore County residents based SALT in 1991. SALT has protected an estimated 15,000 acres within the Sandhills and surrounding counties, together with 90 miles of stream and river buffers. Its employees has labored to switch greater than 4,000 acres to public entry.

SALT encompasses Moore, Cumberland, Hoke, Scotland, Richmond and Harnett counties, in addition to longleaf pine ecosystem areas in Lee and Robeson counties.

TRLT was based in 1995 and operates in a 10-county area — Anson, Cabarrus, Davidson, Davie, Iredell, Montgomery, Randolph, Richmond, Rowan and Stanly.

TRLT has protected greater than 26,000 acres.

Each land trusts are non-public non-profit organizations.

As soon as the merger is full, the Sandhills Space Land Belief will stop to be a separate entity and its area will fall underneath Three Rivers Land Belief.

“By uniting our organizations, we’ll enhance our potential to preserve our pure sources,” Travis Morehead, TRLT government director, mentioned. “This merger will enable us to achieve extra constituents and develop the bottom of help for native conservation.”

— Three Rivers Land Belief


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