Working Lands

How can I help put NC's working lands to work for birds and people?

Audubon North Carolina faces an enormous challenge in achieving our conservation goals for the state’s working lands.

Audubon North Carolina faces an enormous challenge in achieving our conservation goals for the state’s working lands: We have only one staff person to connect with landowners for 50,000 acres in western North Carolina forests. That is a tall order, even for someone as talented and energetic as Curtis Smalling, our Director of Land Bird Conservation!

You can help us meet this challenge by making one-time donation to our Working Lands fundraising campaign.

Please consider supporting Audubon this year, even if you have never sent a gift before. Together we can continue Audubon North Carolina’s innovative campaign to protect our working lands.

How you can help, right now