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Blue Springs CDC

The mission of the Blue Springs-Hoke County Community Development Corporation are exclusively educational and charitable as established by the original incorporators. The objectives for moving forth that mission, which are further defined in the certified Articles of Incorporation, include:

  • to bring people together to share community values, history and institutions.
  • to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged citizens in Raeford, Hoke County.
  • to preserve and improve neighborhoods through the facilitation of physical, spiritual and economic development.
  • to spur and manage dynamic neighborhood development through proactive planning and implementation of housing renovation and construction; micro-enterprise development, and projects and programs which provide academic and cultural enrichment.
  • a commitment to grassroots leadership development as an effective means for sustaining a healthy community and its neighborhoods.
  • the corporation is irrevocably dedicated to, and operated exclusively for, nonprofit purposes: no part of the income or assets of the Corporation shall be distributed to nor inure to the benefit of any individual.
  • Conservation Trust of North Carolina

    The mission of the Conservation Trust of North Carolina is to protect our state's land and water through statewide conservation and cooperative work with land trusts to preserve our natural resources as a legacy for future generations. The Conservation Trust works directly with landowners, local land trusts, and government agencies to protect land and water resources most important to local communities throughout the state.

    Land Trust Alliance

    The mission of the Land Trust Alliance is to save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America. To fulfill that mission, the Land Trust Alliance has worked for more than 25 years with the national land conservation community - comprised of million dedicated land conservation professionals, volunteers and supporters - to quickly, effectively and permanently save our most valued natural places across America.

    The Nature Conservancy

    The mission of the Nature Conservancy's North Carolina Chapter is to preserve the plants, animals, and plant communities that represent the diversity of the Sandhills of North Carolina by protecting the land and water they need to survive.

    North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund

    The mission of the North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund is to fund projects that enhance or restore degraded waters, protect unpolluted waters, and/or contribute toward a network of riparian buffers and greenways for environmental, educational, and recreational benefits.

    North Carolina Sandhills Conservation Partnership

    The mission of the North Carolina Sandhills Conservation Partnership is to coordinate the development and implementation of conservation strategies for the red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis), other native biota, longleaf pine and other ecosystems in the Sandhills of North Carolina.

    North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

    The mission of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commision is to manage, restore, develop, cultivate, conserve, protect and regulate North Carolina's wildlife resources.

    U.S. Army at Fort Bragg

    Mission: The mission of the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg is to ensure the Army's current and future realistic training requirements are met in harmony with our environment and natural resources through the perpetuation of all natural communities that occur on Fort Bragg and Camp Mackall, with special emphasis on those communitieies that are composed of longleaf pine and wiregrass. Management programs are implemented for recovery and sustainment of threatened or endangered species and other species associated with each natural community.

    U.S. Army Environmental Command

    The mission of the U.S. Army Environmental Command (USAEC) is to serve as the field-operating agency to integrate, oversee, and coordinate the implementation of the Army's Environmental Program under the direction of the Director of Environmental Programs at Headquarters, Department of Army (HQDA). The USAEC provides technical services and products to HQDA, major subordinate commands, and installation commanders. The Army relies on the expertise of the Conservation Branch to support and achieve conservation goals. Conservation programs promote readiness, enhance training and the quality of life, and support the Army's commitment to remain strong stewards of the environment.

    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

    The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is, working with others, to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. Central to this mission, the Fish and Wildlife Service, along with state natural resource agencies, private lands partners, and other stakeholders, is dedicated to providing and protecting a healthy environment for fish and wildlife and people. In the North Carolina Sandhills, the Service's priority is to implement the principles of ecosystem management to promote the recovery of the red-cockaded woodpecker, other endangered, threatened and federal species of concern endemic to the longleaf pine ecosystem.