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
Call on Asheville City Council to do its part to clean up the French Broad River, starting with the establishment of a Stormwater Task Force to address the City’s water pollution problems. Not only does the City have a legal obligation to protect water quality, Council’s commitment to racial equity demands action to protect residents of the Southside neighborhood from the highest pollution levels in the city.
MountainTrue Pollution Tip Leads to Enforcement Action Against Tryon International Equestrian Center
On July 27, MountainTrue followed up on a public complaint of sediment flowing into White Oak Creek from the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TEIC). Video showed a significant discharge of muddy water flowing off the site into the creek. MountainTrue’s Green Riverkeeper reported the issue to the NC Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Resources (DWR) and DWR sent an inspector to the equestrian center where they witnessed site contractors flushing sediment into the center’s stormwater drainage system, and failures in their stormwater management system.
To get this in your inbox, sign up for our email newsletter here. August 12, 2020 Call For MountainTrue Award Nominations! MountainTrue staff and board members with our 2018 Volunteer of the Year winner Mike Hopping (center). Our 2020 Annual Gathering will be...
Press Release: Buncombe County Commissioners Approve 40 Solar Projects for Public Buildings and Schools
At their July 21 meeting, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to greenlight a proposal for 40 new solar panel installations at county-owned buildings, Asheville City and Buncombe County public schools and A-B Tech Community College. The company selected to install the solar panels is MB Haynes, an employee-owned company based in Asheville.
On July 21, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners will vote on whether or not to install solar panels at 40 sites of county-owned buildings, Asheville City and Buncombe County public schools and AB-Tech Community College. Will you take action here to call on Buncombe County Commissioners to vote YES on Tuesday?
Check out what’s new with us this month: good news from the General Assembly for WNC’s waters, design solutions for Asheville’s affordable housing crisis, re-treating ash trees to protect them from the destructive emerald ash borer and much more.