Clean Waters.

Restoring and protecting our water quality for
healthy ecosystems and recreational resources

Resilient Forests.

Working to safeguard our public forests and wildlife

Healthy Communities.

Helping 23 counties improve the quality of development

Green Energy.

Supporting initiatives for clean, homegrown energy for our NC communities

Hit the trails with us this summer!

Join MountainTrue’s Hike-A-Thon in honor of our 40th anniversary! Participants of any experience level can sign up to hike OR sponsor a hiker. Funds raised will help us continue to protect the places we love and share. >>more

Support a strong decarbonization plan: 

Learn more about 2021’s landmark climate bill, HB 951, and its connections to NC’s ongoing carbon planning process. Take action to support our state’s clean energy future by tuning into a free webinar on July 13 and attending the North Carolina Utilities Commission’s upcoming Carbon Plan Hearing on July 27.  >>more

Take action for a Plastic-Free WNC! 

Visit the Plastic-Free WNC website to learn more about our efforts to mitigate single-use plastic pollution in WNC. Get involved by taking action to support plastic-free ordinances in your town, city, or county. >>more

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Take Action to Support a Strong Decarbonization Plan

Take Action to Support a Strong Decarbonization Plan

MountainTrue, the Creation Care Alliance of WNC (CCA), and other local renewable energy advocates are pushing for a stronger decarbonization plan to help North Carolina meet the renewable energy goals laid out in HB 951, the “Energy Solutions for North Carolina” bill...

Raleigh Report: Reviewing the Primaries and Looking Ahead to the Budget

Raleigh Report: Reviewing the Primaries and Looking Ahead to the Budget

Congratulations to all of us for getting through a particularly energetic and crowded primary election season. In this update, we will get you up to speed (quickly) about who in WNC won and lost on Tuesday, then turn our attention to the North Carolina General Assembly, which began its so-called “short session” on May 18.

What do Healthy Mountain Rivers Mean to You?

What do Healthy Mountain Rivers Mean to You?

Protecting our mountain waters wouldn't be possible without the help of members, volunteers, and supporters like you.With your help, we will maintain E. coli sampling at 85 popular swimming areas this summer. Samples will be taken, processed, analyzed, and published...

 

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