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

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Working to safeguard our public forests and wildlife

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Helping 23 counties improve the quality of development

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Supporting initiatives for clean, homegrown energy for our NC communities

You’re Invited to Our Annual Gathering Oct. 23!

Join us to celebrate volunteers and advocates, vote on the new board and connect with other MountainTrue members. >>more

How Clean Is Your River? Check The Swim Guide

We collect data on where it’s safe to swim in the Broad, French Broad, Green and Watauga Rivers in time for the weekends.  >>more

Update on the Buck Project in Nantahala National Forest

The new proposal makes small changes, but would still do major harm to wild places, water quality and old-growth forests. >>more

Upcoming Events

  1. Plugged in Buncombe: Sustainability Advisory Committee on Energy and Environment

    September 18 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
  2. Rhythm & Brews: Rad Trads and Honey Island Swamp Band

    September 19 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  3. Asheville Urban Tour

    September 21 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  4. Cherokee Heritage Festival: Native Plant Walks

    September 21 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  5. Big Sweep at Westfeldt Park

    September 21 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

MountainTrue News

Update on the Buck Project in Nantahala National Forest

Update on the Buck Project in Nantahala National Forest

The Forest Service has proposed a new plan, Alternative G, for the Buck Project in Nantahala National Forest. While we support some improvements in this plan – like some watershed repairs and controlled burns in the Buck Creek Serpentine Barrens – Alternative G still does tremendous harm to wild places, soil, water and old-growth forest, and goes against the wishes of hundreds of people that commented on the project.

 

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