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MountainTrue Merges with Asheville Design Center

MountainTrue is excited to welcome Chris Joyell to the MountainTrue team. Asheville Design Center (ADC) and MountainTrue have announced their intent to merge.  >>more

Join Us at Our Annual Gathering. RSVP today!

Join us on October 25 at New Belgium Brewery to celebrate another great year with MountainTrue. Admission is free to all members. >>more

Tell Duke Energy to Clean Up Cliffside

Sign the petition and tell Duke to stop polluting the Broad River and the groundwater near the Cliffside power plant with toxic heavy metals such as arsenic, mercury and lead. >>more

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Take Action: Tell Duke Energy to Stop Polluting the Broad River with Coal Ash!

Take Action: Tell Duke Energy to Stop Polluting the Broad River with Coal Ash!

Duke Energy’s coal ash pits at the Cliffside Power Plant (James E. Rogers Energy Complex) are polluting the Broad River and its tributaries with toxic heavy metals. There are two coal ash ponds right next to the Broad River that contain over eight million tons of toxic coal ash. Despite the fact that Duke Energy has a lined landfill across the street capable of handling all their toxic coal from these ponds, they refuse to do the right thing. Tell Duke Energy to clean up their mess!

MountainTrue and Asheville Design Center to Merge

MountainTrue and Asheville Design Center to Merge

MountainTrue is excited to welcome Chris Joyell and the Asheville Design Center to the MountainTrue team. Asheville Design Center (ADC) and MountainTrue have announced their intent to merge in the Fall of 2017. “The merger creates one organization that is better able to pursue a holistic approach to our built and natural environments,” explains Chris Joyell, executive director of the Asheville Design Center.

Turnout for 30th Annual Big Sweep Nearly Quadruples, Volunteers Clean Up 50 miles in WNC

Turnout for 30th Annual Big Sweep Nearly Quadruples, Volunteers Clean Up 50 miles in WNC

On September 9, more than 253 people from all walks of life turned out to remove more than 7,810 pounds of trash — 3.9 tons! — from Western North Carolina’s waterways as part of our 30th annual NC Big Sweep. Through a series of river and roadside cleanups in Buncombe, Henderson, Transylvania, and Watauga counties, Mountaintrue joined key partners Asheville Greenworks, the Waterkeeper Alliance and AmeriCorps Project Conserve to clean 50 miles of rivers and streams.

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