Three Rivers Land Trust adds 250 acres in Randolph

A mature hardwood forest and several rare species of plant and animal life located near the Uwharrie National Forest will now be protected by a conservation easement - thanks to Three Rivers Land Trust.

The Randolph County property has more than a half-mile of frontage on Poison Fork Creek, considered an Outstanding Resource Water, according to Crystal Cockman, the trust’s director of conservation.

Trees NC congratulates Three Rivers Land Trust, Fred and Alice Stanback, and the Open Space Institute for your dedication to protect our region’s precious forests and waterways.