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New Acres Saved in Pender County

The Coastal Land Trust has protected a spectacular piece of land along the Northeast Cape Fear River. A beautiful 282-acre Pender County tract, owned by the Owens Family, LLC, is [...]

Wait till you see what’s coming next!

Thanks to our supporters, the Coastal Land Trust has saved some pretty remarkable places over the past 25 years. Unique places like Springer’s Point and Masonboro Island; dozens of public [...]

Coastal Land Trust Saves Site X!

COASTAL LAND TRUST TAKES A RISK TO SAVE “SITE X” AND ITS CLUES TO THE LOST COLONY Near the confluence of Salmon Creek and Albemarle Sound in Bertie County, archaeologists [...]

McComas receives “Order of the Longleaf Pine” Award

Congratulations to Danny McComas for receiving the “Order of the Longleaf Pine” by Governor Cooper. This prestigious award is given in recognition of exemplary service to the State of North [...]

NC Land Trusts Honor 10 Conservation Heroes

Two nominated by the Coastal Land Trust received awards! North Carolina’s 23 local land trusts bestowed their annual awards on deserving winners during a dinner celebration at the 2017 Land [...]

57 new acres protected in Brunswick County!

YEAR-END DONATION CONSERVES WORKING FOREST LAND ALONG TOWN CREEK While others hustled about shopping and preparing for the holidays, Marty Lanier was focused on completing a very important year-end gift [...]

953 new acres saved in Gates County!

Black bears don’t know when they’ve crossed from Virginia to North Carolina—they just know there’s a wildlife corridor of forested land where they can roam freely. This month, the Coastal [...]


The North Carolina Coastal Land Trust announced that Janice L. Allen, its Deputy Director, has received the Order of the Longleaf Pine from the Governor of North Carolina, Pat McCrory [...]

Accreditation Renewal

North Carolina Coastal Land Trust Accreditation Renewal The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. [...]


The Coastal Land Trust has saved another 90 acres of truly stunning hardwood forest along Dam Creek, a tributary of the Neuse River in Craven County.  6+acres located at the mouth of [...]