Asheville Office 

Our headquarters and administrative office is located in Asheville, and serves all 23 counties in Western North Carolina.

MountainTrue Asheville Office

29 N. Market Street, Suite 610
Asheville, NC 28801
Phone: (828) 258-8737

Julie Mayfield

Julie Mayfield

Co-Director

phone (828) 258-8737 x 202

envelope julie@mountaintrue.org

Bob Wagner

Bob Wagner

Co-Director

phone (828) 258-8737 x 213

envelope wagner@mountaintrue.org

The Asheville Office serves the Western North Carolina community with the following key programs:

MountainTrue News

Ask The General Assembly To Support WNC Rivers in the Budget

Ask The General Assembly To Support WNC Rivers in the Budget

Over the past few months, MountainTrue has been working with lawmakers to support a number of conservation projects that could end up being adopted in the next state budget. These projects will help clean up hazardous spills like the one that happened last year on the Watauga River, fund expanded water quality monitoring and improved river access for anglers, boaters and swimmers. Contact your legislators to urge them to support clean water for WNC and ensure that they make it into the final budget.

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The Broad River Gets Its Own Riverkeeper

The Broad River Gets Its Own Riverkeeper

MountainTrue is pleased to announce that David Caldwell, MountainTrue’s program director for the Broad River Alliance, is now the new Broad Riverkeeper and will serve as a fundamental protector of the Broad River watershed. MountainTrue’s riverkeeper programs are key to our endeavors to monitor and protect the quality of our region’s waterways. MountainTrue is one of the few organizations in the nation with four Riverkeeper programs.

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How Clean Is Your River? Check Swim Guide

How Clean Is Your River? Check Swim Guide

Before you head out onto the water, don’t forget to check theswimguide.org. MountainTrue’s four Riverkeepers post up-to-date water monitoring results for the Broad, French Broad, Green and Watauga rivers just in time for the weekend. The Swim Guide is the public’s best resource for knowing which streams and river recreation areas are safe to swim in, and which have failed to meet safe water quality standards for bacteria pollution.

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