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LandTrust invites public to open house

The LandTrust for Central North Carolina invites members, friends, and the general public to an Open House on Thursday from 4 to 6 pm at The LandTrust’s Salisbury office at 215 Depot Street (the Historic Salisbury Train Depot).
“This is our chance to thank our friends and members for their incredible support in 2007 and let them know about some exciting land conservation projects for 2008,” said Jason Walser, executive director at the LandTrust. “The LandTrust conserved over 1,700 acres in 2007. And we’ve conserved over 16,000 acres since our formation in 1995. We hope the public will join us for a celebration of our success in 2007,” adds Walser.
No RSVP is required.
This event is rescheduled from a January date cancelled due to inclement weather.
The LandTrust is a nonprofit land conservation organization serving ten counties in the Lower Yadkin/Pee Dee River watershed, including Cabarrus, Rowan, Davidson, Montgomery, Stanly, Davie, Richmond, and Anson counties, as well as portions of Iredell and Randolph counties. The organization serves private landowners interested in conservation options for their property.
For more information about the event, please contact Andrew Waters at 704-647-0302 or andrew@landtrustcnc.org.
Please visit the LandTrust’s Web site at http://www.landtrustcnc.org.

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