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

Citizen Science in Action

See Pinnacle Park through the eyes of expert naturalists and document diverse natural communities at our BlackRock BioBlitz June 2. >>more

No Man’s Land Film Festival

MountainTrue is proud to co-host the only adventure film festival that exclusively features women-identified athletes on May 16. >>more

Tell City Council to Support Better Public Transit!

Let’s make Asheville’s buses work for Asheville’s people. Transit that runs for longer hours makes Asheville a more equitable and affordable place to live for all of us. >>more

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MountainTrue News

MT Raleigh Report: GOTV, DEQ Focuses on Enviro Justice, the Session is Coming

MT Raleigh Report: GOTV, DEQ Focuses on Enviro Justice, the Session is Coming

As the May 16 opening of the 2016 legislature’s short session approaches, the pace at the General Assembly is quickly accelerating. Senate and House budget writers have been meeting in hopes of approving a budget on a very expedited schedule once the legislature officially returns. If they stay on schedule, most of their work may be complete before Gov. Cooper releases his budget proposal – now scheduled for May 10.

Success Story: MountainTrue’s Green Riverkeeper Helps Avoid Shooting Range Next to Green River Game Land

Success Story: MountainTrue’s Green Riverkeeper Helps Avoid Shooting Range Next to Green River Game Land

We did it! After a week of whirlwind organizing, residents of Saluda and the greater Henderson County area are celebrating victory as Hendersonville County Commissioners have promised to back away from building a proposed shooting range and law enforcement training center. “As our region continues to grow, we have to consider what type of development we want to see and how we can strike a balance between the influx of people moving to our beautiful area and the protection of our special places and rural character,” says Gray Jernigan, MountainTrue’s Green Riverkeeper.

 

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