We are proud to announce that this is the 15th Annual Run For Green! This is a big year for the Davidson Lands Conservancy because this is also our 20th Anniversary. And, in case you didn’t know, this year is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! While we feel it is not a good time to gather our runners in one location at one time this year due to COVID-19, we still want you to help us celebrate all of these milestones by running virtually!
For our virtual events, we are offering two categories. RUN ANYWHERE – This means you can run on your own anywhere to complete one of three distance choices. You can run a 5k, a 10k, or a half marathon. The second category is RUN OUR COURSE – This means you can download the app RaceJoy and it will guide you along our course. You can run the 5k, 10k, or half marathon.
All races include a t-shirt, medal, and finisher certificate.
ONE MORE OPTION! We would like to offer you the opportunity of the challenge. This means you run 2 out of 3 events or you run all 3. A special gift will be awarded to those who take on a challenge.
After you finish your run, you will easily be able to upload your results through RaceJoy or you can still do it the old fashioned way and send them to [email protected] if you don’t want to use RaceJoy.
Follow this link to see why DLC’s Run For Green should be your next Runcation http://gardenandgun.com/article/small-town-escapes-davidson-nc. The charming town of Davidson offers up a relaxing weekend coupled with reaching your running goals. There are wonderful local places to stay including the Davidson Village Inn and other bed and breakfasts. You can carb up for your run at one of the many amazing restaurants from Flat Iron to Sabi Asian Bistro to dinner on the water at the North Harbor Club, and many more. After you finish your run, whether it is the 5K, 10K, or half marathon, you should bring your friends or family and take advantage of the wonderful shops and restaurants. There are so many good places to see and restaurants to try that you’ll want to stay for the whole weekend!
For more information about Davidson Lands Conservancy click here.