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Our partner John Narron is known for his love of the natural beauty of the great outdoors. This passion lead him along with his wife Beth to recently donate conservation easements to the Triangle Land Conservancy in support of their mission to protect important open space—stream corridors, forests, wildlife habitat, farmland and natural areas—in Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Lee, Orange and Wake counties.
The couple donated the conservation easements on two Johnston County farms that have been in his family for generations, located on the Little River south of Wendell near his home. Mr. Narron’s generosity was helped by mini-grants from the Clean Water Management Trust Fund, by an Environmental Enhancement Grant from the NC Attorney General’s Office, and by a grant from Johnston County.
For more information about John’s donation and the Triangle Land Conservancy, click here or read the following report: https://www.triangleland.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/TLC_AR12.pdf
John Narron has been practicing law in North Carolina since 1977 and has been a partner with Smith Debnam since 1987. John leads the firm’s litigation section, and his practice consists of family law and family law mediation, as well as general business litigation and transactions. For over 30 years, John has provided legal counsel and litigation services to his clients, both individuals and businesses, in a wide variety of civil legal matters.