Davidson Lands Conservancy

Davidson Lands Conservancy is a locally-based, nonprofit organization that works in partnership with private landowners, public agencies, developers and others to create and capitalize on land preservation opportunities and trail advocacy that ensures the natural beauty and ecological diversity of the Town of Davidson, the Davidson extraterritorial jurisdiction, and adjacent areas are preserved for generations to come. We create opportunities for education and research that heighten interest in land preservation and lead to greater appreciation for conservation efforts.

The mission of Davidson Lands Conservancy is to provide the citizens of Davidson and surrounding areas alternatives to urban living by protecting natural lands and other open spaces for ecological and aesthetic purposes. The conservation has the following objectives:

  • To preserve ecologically valuable lands: to protect diverse wildlife habitat and environmental balance;
  • To maintain open space: to conserve woodlands, wetlands, productive farms, timberlands and open spaces in town;
  • To sustain water and air quality: to protect stream corridors and lake front; to promote walking and cycling; and
  • To enhance the lives of residents: to inform land holders and others of conservation advantages; to preserve historic and aesthetic sites; to develop trails and greenways; to offer opportunities for educational, artistic and recreational activities in natural spaces to all people in the Conservancy area.

Contact Davidson Lands Conservancy

Contact Davidson Lands Conservancy

Roy Alexander
Executive Director
P.O. Box 1952
120 South Main Street
Davidson, North Carolina  28036
Phone: (704) 892-1910
Fax: (704) 892-1910


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Iredell County, North Carolina
  • Mecklenburg County, North Carolina