Wednesdays: Asheville Green Drinks
Every Wednesday night, we invite you to grab a beer and join like-minded people to discuss environmental issues and hear presentations by local environmental leaders. The events are casual and fun, starting at 5:30 p.m. with the presentation beginning at 6 p.m. [more]
Jan. 23: Live Staking on the French Broad
Come canoe with the French Broad Riverkeeper and plant trees along the riverbank to help restore the bank’s stability. [more]
Jan. 23 & Jan. 27: “The Spirit of John Muir,” and “The Tramp & The Roughrider” live!
MountainTrue presents two live shows celebrating the life and adventures of John Muir, an early advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States [more]
Jan. 24: Volunteer (and get in free!) at the 8th annual Winter Warmer Beer Fest!
Mark your calendars for the 8th Annual Asheville Winter Warmer Beer Festival, with proceeds benefiting WNCA. Volunteers get free entry to this event that always sells out! [more]
Jan. 31: FLS Energy Solar Farm Tour
Join MountainTrue on Saturday, Jan. 31 for a tour of FLS Energy’s solar farm in Hendersonville! [more]
Now through mid-February: Buy and plant a heritage fruit tree!
Fruit trees can be ordered now and will likely run out before the pickup dates of Feb. 13-14. [more]
Thursdays, Starting Feb 5: Seeing Systems: Peace, Justice & Sustainability
(note: this course has been postponed from its original start date, Jan 22nd, to Feb 5th)
It’s time for MountainTrue’s annual NWEI discussion course! Join us this winter for Seeing Systems: Peace, Justice & Sustainability to address the connections between three of society’s most pressing challenges, and become equipped to promote peace, justice, and sustainability within our community. [more]
February 5, 7pm: Friends of Big Ivy meeting with U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest Service district ranger and other staff will provide an overview of the proposed Pisgah-Nantahala Forest Management plan and what it means for Big Ivy, followed by discussion and questions from the audience. [more]
February 5, 4-6pm: Ask CTS Corporation to Show a Asheville a Little Love!
For years South Asheville residents have lived with toxic pollution at the CTS Corporation’s abandoned Superfund site. Join community members on February 5 to create your custom message, card, or video postcard that will be delivered along with over 1,200 petition signatures to CTS headquarters asking they “have a heart” and clean up their toxic pollution. [more]