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

MT Raleigh Report: Who’s Up, Who’s Down in Raleigh (and WNC) After Last Week’s Election?

MT Raleigh Report: Who’s Up, Who’s Down in Raleigh (and WNC) After Last Week’s Election?

While the dust is still settling from last week’s election – with several state legislative races still too close to call – it’s clear that Republicans have lost their veto-proof majorities in either one or both chambers of the legislature. Here are some thoughts about what this all means for state policy and WNC’s legislative delegation.

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Press Release: Whitewater Kayakers Receive Grant to Save Hemlock Trees in Green River Gorge

Press Release: Whitewater Kayakers Receive Grant to Save Hemlock Trees in Green River Gorge

The grant from the Community Foundation of Henderson County will fund this work for the next year and purchase equipment for PHHAT volunteers teams. “The health of the Green is so closely tied with the health of the hemlocks,” said Gray Jernigan, Green Riverkeeper and Southern Regional Director of MountainTrue. “We are so grateful for this funding to allow us to continue this project for another year and save more trees that are vitally important to the forest and river ecosystem.”

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MountainTrue Raleigh Report: Florence Disaster Recovery Funding, Climate Resilience for WNC

MountainTrue Raleigh Report: Florence Disaster Recovery Funding, Climate Resilience for WNC

The legislature’s action on disaster recovery funding for Hurricane Florence came swiftly in a bipartisan vote that legislative leaders hailed as historically fast and generous. That it was done quickly is beyond debate. Whether the legislation is sufficient to address disaster victims’ immediate needs, or the long-term challenges storms like Hurricanes Florence and Michael pose to the state, is another matter.

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