11/9 & 11/16: Forest Service Public Hearings

The Forest Service has evaluated lands, rivers and streams in the Nantahala and Pisgah national forests that could be eligible for protection as Wilderness areas or as Wild and Scenic Rivers. Now is the time to submit a public comment to the US Forest Service. [more]

11/12: Hendersonville Green Drinks with Mountain True’s Josh Kelly

MountainTrue Public Lands Field Biologist Josh Kelly is the featured presenter for the next Hendersonville Green Drinks on the threats to our national forests. [more]

11/16: NCDOT Public Hearing on I-26 Connector Project

NCDOT released the Environmental Impact Study for an expansion of Interstate 26 through Asheville and is holding a public hearing on November 16 at the Renaissance Hotel. [more]

11/20: Making Music &  Making a Difference

Enjoy the an evening of music and fun with the Warren Wilson College Old-Time and Bluegrass Bands. This is a concert to benefit the Creation Care Alliance of WNC. [more]

2nd Saturday of each month:  Help protect native plants at Asheville’s only urban forest!

Help remove non-native invasive plants in Asheville’s only forested park! [more]

2nd Thursday of each month: Hendersonville Green Drinks

6-8 p.m. at Southern Appalachian Brewery   Grab a beer and join like-minded individuals to discuss environmental issues and hear presentations by local environmental leaders. [more]

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