Lumber River Conservancy

 Mission
To preserve and protect the Lumber River as a natural and scenic river by preserving natural, scenic, wild and recreational areas and waters of and along the Lumber River and its tributaries.

The Lumber River Conservancy (LRC) is a non-profit land conservancy, one of 23 local and regional land trusts in North Carolina. The LRC was established in 1991 to preserve the Lumber River as one of the nation's Wild and Scenic rivers by conserving land along it and its tributaries. To date, the LRC has protected 3,732 acres in Scotland, Robeson, Hoke, and Columbus counties.

The LRC is guided by a 15-member board and staffed by a part-time executive director and volunteer administrators and technical/scientific advisors.
 


Contact Lumber River Conservancy

Dr. Patricia P. Sellers
Executive Director
PO Box 1235
Pembroke, North Carolina  28372
Phone: (910) 522-5751


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • North Carolina


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