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The U.S. Forest Service has announced a plan to amend all 128 forest management plans nationwide — including the plan for the Pisgah-Nantahala National Forests — in accordance with President Biden’s Executive Order directing his administration to conserve old-growth...
December news from MountainTrue’s four regional offices in the Southern Blue Ridge. Read the blog version of our monthly e-newsletter!
November news from MountainTrue’s four regional offices in the Southern Blue Ridge. Read the blog version of our monthly e-newsletter!
Pictured above: Streambank restoration work completed mid-October 2023 along the Tuckasegee River at Island Park in Bryson City, NC. Recently, MountainTrue and the Town of Bryson City, NC, completed a project to re-grade and stabilize eroding banks at Island...
Thanks to all our sponsors in the Broad, Elk, French Broad, Green, Hiwassee, Little Tennessee, New, Nottely, Savannah, & Watauga river watersheds!
October news from MountainTrue’s four regional offices in the Southern Blue Ridge. Read the blog version of our monthly e-newsletter!
MountainTrue, Mosaic Realty, Altura Architects, and New Belgium Brewing Co. are proud to invite you to No Man’s Land Film Festival (NMLFF) – the premier all-women adventure film festival – at New Belgium Brewing’s Brewhouse in Asheville, NC, on November 28 (Giving Tuesday!). NMLFF is free to attend, and the event will also be available virtually for those who cannot attend in person. The NMLFF in-person screening is first come first serve – be sure to arrive early to get your seat(s)!
Pictured above: Parrot feather infestation in the south end of Lake Chatuge near the US Hwy. 76 bridge in Towns County, Georgia. For the last two summers, noxious weeds have been an unwelcome presence on the south side of Lake Chatuge in and around the...
After three years in the making, we’re excited to finally bring to Hendersonville the feature documentary, The River Runs On! This film explores the release of a forest plan that decides the fate of two of the most important national forests in the country – the Pisgah and Nantahala. Featuring some of the top conservationists and most popular spots within the region, the documentary reflects on our relationship with these public lands and what the future may hold for this unique part of the world.
Let the City of Asheville know that you support making College Street and Patton Avenue safer for pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit riders. MountainTrue has long been a supporter of complete street projects that make moving through our communities safer, easier, and more environmentally sustainable. Our new program Neighbors for More Neighbors WNC also supports such projects as a way to mitigate congestion in our city centers as we make room for more residents there.