About Us

The mission of the Triangle Greenways Council is to promote greenways and trails in the Triangle area of North Carolina through public information services, to advocate for the creation of interconnected greenways that will serve all Triangle residents, and to preserve land for future greenway corridors.

An all-volunteer organization, it owes its existence to dedication and support from members of the public. Those members donate their time by engaging in special projects and a select few sit on the Council’s Board. The primary functions of the Council are land acquisition, public service projects, education and community outreach.

Donate and Support

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Triangle Greenways Council accepts donations at any level of generosity. All donations go toward education, promotion, and service projects for conservation and expansion of greenway corridors for public benefit. All funds are managed in strict adherence to nonprofit fiscal and ethical standards by the all-volunteer organization.

The organization is uniquely devoted to securing properties along riparian corridors that contribute to the expansion of future greenways in the Triangle region. The Board of Director’s has facilitated the conservation of 750-plus acres through the activities of its Land Trust Committee. Triangle Greenways is currently focused on the Walnut Creek Greenway corridor in southeast Raleigh, Crabtree Creek greenway corridor in north Raleigh, Middle Creek greenway corridor in southern Wake County, Neuse River Mountains to Sea Trail corridor in Johnston County, and upper Neuse River watershed greenway corridors in Wake and Durham Counties.

Become a Member

When you become a member of the Triangle Greenways Council, you are helping to build a greenway and trail network throughout the larger Triangle area… more trails and green places for you and your family to enjoy for years to come! Your membership contribution will boost our land conservation and education efforts. Since we're a charitable 501(c)(3) organization, your donation might be tax deductible!

All Members will receive our Annual Report, notification of any events, and voting privileges at all membership meetings. The Board has established the following categories, but donations at any level will qualify an individual for membership.

Choose a contributor level below to get started with membership signup:

$50 Greenway Corridor Conserver
$100 Greenway System Builder
$250 Greenway Network Connector
$500 Greenway Circle
$1,000 Greenway Restoration Society
$5,000 Greenway Ecosystem Protector
Over $5,000 Greenway Legacy Club







Corporate Partners

  Troutman Sanders   Duke Energy   Sungate Design  
 

Government Partners

CIty of Durham   Clayton Homes   Cleanwater   Triangle JCOG
  NC Parks and Rec NCCU College of Design Raleigh Parks and Rec Durham Soil and Water Wake County  
    NC Wildlife Resources Comm   NC Museum of Art    
 

Non-Profit Partners

Conservation Trust of NC DHIC Habitat for Humanity NC Ride Trails WWF TLC Rails to Trails