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Orton Plantation

NC Coastal Land Trust and Orton Plantation announce conservation at Allen's Creek

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A conservation easement that protects approximately 2 ½ miles of critical habitat along Allen’s Creek at Orton Plantation has been completed by the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust and Orton Plantation Holdings, LLC. which is owned by conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon. Full story...
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Smoke coming from controlled burn in Brunswick County

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We would like to advise everyone that there is a control burn in Brunswick County in the Orton Plantation area. The control burn has caused the smell of smoke and light smoke to be visible throughout our area. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Orton owner told to stop work on wetlands

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videoFor nearly a year, the gates at Orton Plantation in Brunswick County have been locked. Now we are finding out more about what's going on behind the iron bars, and some if it may land the owner in trouble Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Businesses help brides jilted by Orton

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A follow up to a story you saw ONLY ON 3. Some local businesses are lending a hand to help some brides in need. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Orton Plantation cancels weddings, crushes brides' dreams

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video It's one thing to have your florist or even caterer cancel for your wedding, but how about having your wedding venue say, "Sorry. You cannot have your wedding here anymore." This nightmare is a reality for some brides in Brunswick County as Orton Plantation is breaking a contract and crushing wedding dreams. Full story...
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Orton Plantation being sold, renovated

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The new owner plans to restore the house and renovate the grounds. To do it, the gardens at Orton Plantation will be closed indefinitely starting June 1. Full story...
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Orton Gardens open for spring

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The historic plantation gardens will be featuring late winter and early spring blooms. Camellias are in abundance now and you can look forward to the Azaleas later this year. Full story...
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