Conservation closes out Tuckasegee Nature Series

out carlsonPaul Carlson, director of Land Trust for the Little Tennessee, will close out the six-week Tuckasegee Nature Series with a talk titled Conserving the Natural and Cultural Histories of the Southern Blue Ridge, 6:30 p.m. Aug 28 at the Jackson County Library’s community room.

LTLT is a non-profit dedicated to conservation in the six far-western counties of North Carolina and northern Rabun County, Georgia. Since 1999, land trust has conserved more than 23,000 acres and hundreds of river and stream miles.

Another talk, The Mountains-to-Sea Trail — 1,000 miles across NC, by Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail Executive Director Kate Dixon, is  scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Aug. 21 in the Jackson County Library’s Community Room. 

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