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08.14.19
Carolina Thread Trail Rocky River Blueway

Going the Distance

65-Mile Rocky River/Pee Dee River Blueways Open River to Recreation By Anna Gibson Great Blue Herons glide overhead; a cluster of deer swim soundlessly across the […]
08.09.19

The River & Us

Story and photos by Nancy Pierce I’m drawn back time and again to rivers because of this: they change with seasons and storms yet stay dependable […]
06.25.19
Carolina Thread Trail Capital Campaign

Weathering Extreme Storms

by Sam Kirk, Stewardship Associate Overall, Catawba Lands Conservancy and Carolina Thread Trail emerged post-Florence and Michael with only minor injuries. Wind damage was less than […]
06.10.19
Carolina Thread Trail Capital Campaign

2018 Annual Report

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05.16.19

RIVER CITY: A new and expanding trail system along the Catawba River puts a spotlight on Mount Holly

By Page Leggett If Brian DuPont takes you on a tour of his adopted hometown, Mount Holly, his enthusiasm for it may make you want to […]
02.27.19

Welcoming Bart Landess, incoming Executive Director of Catawba Lands Conservancy and Carolina Thread Trail

Catawba Lands Conservancy and Carolina Thread Trail are pleased to announce Bart Landess as the new executive director starting March 1. Bart brings nearly 30 years […]
02.08.19

Our views on the Cross Charlotte Trail

You have probably come across several recent news stories related to the Cross Charlotte Trail, and we wanted to address how this relates to and impacts […]
12.20.18

2018 Volunteer of the Year: Frank Gammon

Frank is one the most involved and gregarious volunteers with us at the Carolina Thread Trail. He is a Trail Master and Thread Trail Ambassador who […]
12.19.18

Winter 2018 Newsletter

Didn’t get it in your mailbox? No problem! You can read the most recent edition of our newsletter online!