Origin Land Surveying and Mapping, Inc. proudly supports the following organizations:
The North Carolina Conservation Network is a statewide network of over 120 environmental, community and environmental justice organizations focused on protecting North Carolina’s environment and public health. The NC Conservation Network supports, trains and coordinates diverse groups and directly advocates to achieve equitable and sustainable solutions for our environment.
North Carolina is fortunate to have a rich and diverse environment. From the mountains to the sea, that environment faces a wide array of threats to air quality, water quality, and the health of urban and rural residents and landscapes. In collaboration with our affiliates, the North Carolina Conservation Network works through legislative advocacy and grassroots action to protect North Carolina’s human and natural environments. We monitor the progress of legislation at the NC General Assembly, coordinate lobbying activity with environmental lobbyists, and track rulemaking at the various regulatory commissions, such as the Environmental Management Commission. We join our affiliate organizations in coalition campaigns, and work to strengthen their capacity to win.
Please help Origin Land Surveying and Mapping, Inc., in actively assisting the North Carolina Conservation Network. To help support the work of the NC Conservation Network, you can: make a one-time donation through their secure online site; donate by check; schedule monthly or quarterly donations online; or make an online donation in honor of a loved one.
You can also give to the NC Conservation Network by:
donating through a fund at the Triangle Community Foundation;
participating in workplace giving via Earth Share of North Carolina (click here for a list of participating workplaces); and
donating your used car to the NC Conservation Network by calling 877-857-NCCN (6226). Click here for more information.
NCSS Museum of Archives and Preservation of Surveying, Inc.
The North Carolina Society of Surveyors Museum of Archives and Preservation of Surveying, Inc. is a non-profit corporation (501 (c) 3) which provides an avenue to preserve the past of surveying and invest in the future by preserving maps, instruments, books and other artifacts of value to the profession both present and future.
The NCSS Maps, Inc. was established to provide a 100% tax deductible mechanism to attain the following goals for surveyors.
1. To acquire, preserve and exhibit rare books, documents, monuments, and instruments related to surveying and any items of historical interest and significant bearing on the development and profession of land surveying.
Preserving the past and present, investing in the future
NCSS MAPS, INC.
410 Oberlin Road, Suite 304
P.O. Box 10128
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
Catawba Lands Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust that permanently protects land, water and wildlife habitat to enhance your quality of life in North Carolina’s Southern Piedmont and Lower Catawba River Basin.