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06.01.20
Carolina thread trail partner resources

History of the Carolina Thread Trail: Starting the project

By: Jon White, Program Coordinator, Davidson Impact Fellow ’19-’20 When the beauty of the forest trail or the unexpected peace of a greenway feels timeless it […]
05.22.20

Three local adventures on the Thread Trail

You’ve been at home. You baked all the sourdough and watched all the Netflix. You’ve dutifully gone out and walked in your neighborhood, but the view […]
05.21.20
Carolina Thread Trail Cedrone Farms

Trails: A source of jobs and respite for North Carolinians

More than ever, people are turning to the outdoors as a source of recreation, solace, and beauty. The Carolina Thread Trail provides all this and more […]
04.29.20

Five ways you can be here for nature

With this year being the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day, we thought we’d pull together a few quick and easy things you can do […]
04.24.20

2019 Annual Report

There’s been a lot going on at the Thread Trail and Conservancy. Check out our 2020 Spring Newsletter and 2019 Annual Report below to find out […]
04.14.20

Trail Closures and COVID-19 Updates

Updated 5/11/20 Both North and South Carolina have reopened state parks, including sections of the Carolina Thread Trail that are within park boundaries. Here are the […]
04.10.20

Video: Spread Joy, Not the Virus

We need our trails and greenways now more than ever! Let’s all do our part in making sure they stay open by keeping 6 feet apart. […]
04.06.20

Connecting to nature at home

Are you looking for places to get outside while still keeping your distance from others? Maybe you need some hands-on activities that will keep the kids […]
04.02.20

Nature and your mental health

Research showing the connection between outdoor spaces and our mental health has multiplied over the past several decades. It’s something we all know but easily forget: […]