North Carolina's oldest independent state-level citizen conservation group has changed its name to better reflect its current work on behalf of our state's environment. The citizen group known since 1968 as the Conservation Council of North Carolina is now the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV).
The newly named North Carolina League of Conservation Voters has been the official North Carolina affiliate of the national League of Conservation Voters for many years. The new name more clearly represents their current role in protecting North Carolina's environment: working to hold politicians accountable for their environmental decisions and electing pro-conservation candidates. Their day to day work and commitment to bipartisan protection of our land, air, and water will not change – only the name and logo will. Please visit www.nclcv.org for more information.
Dan Crawford, director of governmental relations for NCLCV, said, “We look forward to building relationships with the new legislators while preserving existing relationships as the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters.”
North Carolina League of Conservation Voters is a statewide conservation organization dedicated to protecting the health of our communities and natural resources. We advocate for sound environmental policies and work to hold our decision-makers accountable for their environmental decisions. NCLCV established its non-partisan Conservation Political Action Committee (CPAC) to support candidates who will protect the health and future of North Carolinians by being good stewards of our air, water, and land resources.
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