Wake County Plans to Protect 30% of the County's Land Area

Kudos to Wake County, the first in the state to develop a comprehensive open space program.  Their goal is to protect permanently about 165,000 acres from development, or about 30% of their land area. The idea is to link the properties into a cohesive network.  What a great opportunity for Wake County citizens who approved the first open space bonds in 2000. Learn more in an excellent article in today's Raleigh News and Observer.


  1. What an outstanding way to protect the land from development!


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