NC Coastal Land Trust conserves lands with scenic, recreational, historic and/or ecological value.
The mission of the Coastal Land Trust is to enrich the coastal communities of North Carolina through conservation of natural areas and working landscapes, education, and the promotion of good land stewardship. In short, they save the lands you love along the North Carolina Coast.
Founded in 1992 on a shoestring and a dream, the Coastal Land Trust has become the largest land trust geographically in the state of North Carolina, serving 31 counties along the entire coastal plain. One of 24 land trusts in the state, their focus is saving and restoring special places in the coastal plain like barrier islands, nature parks and preserves, family farms, and longleaf pine forests.
The NCCLT professional staff includes attorneys, biologists, fundraisers, and educators
Recently, The Coastal Land Trust teamed up with their I.T. Consultants, Hooks Systems of Wilmington, N.C. to upgrade their server, and network. The upgrades improved their network security and file storage and included cloud solutions for their email, teleconferencing and accounting. Hooks Systems provides 24 x 7 monitoring and constant maintenance of the NC-CLT network with their industry-leading I.T. RemoteCare Services.