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Posts Tagged ‘Triangle Land Conservancy’

TLC hosting “Burrito Bash” in Pittsboro

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

One of our favorite green printing customers is holding another fun event in Chatham County. What is the Burrito Bash? Well, Haw River Assembly and Triangle Land Conservancy are teaming up for an exciting fund-raising event featuring music by local favorites Trilogy, dancing, a silent auction, and of course, burritos, generously provided by the General Store Café in Pittsboro, NC.

When: Tuesday, September 9, 6-9 p.m.
Where: General Store Cafe (39 West St, Pittsboro).

For tickets and to view the growing list of auction items, please visit

If you are interested in volunteering at the event, please contact Marisa Bryant at or call 919-833-3662 ext. 111.

Of course, the postcard announcing the event was printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with soy inks!

Triangle Land Conservancy Jamboree

Friday, May 9th, 2008

One of our favorite local environmental groups is Triangle Land Conservancy. The organization pro-actively preserves forestland and natural space by buying it and placing it in a conservation trust. They have made a strong commitment to green printing by printing all of their promotional material on high post consumer waste content recycled papers using soy inks.

The organization is holding a fund-raising and awareness event June 21st from 3-7pm. This is from their newsletter:
Didn’t make it to TLC’s 25th Anniversary Gala? Here’s your chance to celebrate TLC’s 25th Anniversary, no tux necessary. Join your fellow TLC members at the Irvin Farm (Jones Ferry Road, Orange County), a 269-acre mix of farmland and forest donated to TLC by the late Elinor and J. Logan Irvin. Enjoy a BBQ dinner (vegetarian options), music by The Bluegrass Experience, guided hikes, catch-and-release fishing, REI’s “PEAK” program for kids and lawn games.

Advance tickets are $10 per person (kids under 12 free); tickets at the door are $15. Get your tickets now online at!

This sounds like a lot of fun for adults and kids alike. Check out the Triangle Land Conservancy at

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