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10 Native Pollinator-Friendly Plants to Add to Your Garden

When it comes to our food systems, pollinators such as bees, butterflies, wasps, flies, bats and hummingbirds are true heroes. About 35% of our planet's food crops depend on insects and animals and 75% of the world's flowering plants rely on natural pollinators for their survival. That makes pollinators extremely important. Selecting native, pollinator-friendly plants not only helps increase the diversity of your garden, it adds a new splash of color and livelihood by attracting these important pollinators!

2016 Annual Report

You made a huge difference in 2016!

Stories of the Land: Caring for People and Place

At 89 years old, Dr. Howard Norton climbs into his pickup truck and drives the rutted and narrow four-wheel drive road from his home near the intersection of Hwy 191 and Hwy 280 in Mills River to his cabin a few miles up the mountain.

We're Hiring: Summer of Service AmeriCorps Program Coordinator

Position Title:

Summer of Service AmeriCorps Program Coordinator

Reports To:

AmeriCorps Project Conserve Program Director

Position Summary:

The Long & Winding Road to Land Protection

When Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy set out to protect hundreds of acres of forestland in North Mills River back in 2009, nobody could have envisioned all the twists to come

Apply Now for AmeriCorps Project Conserve

Now Recruiting for the 2017-2018 AmeriCorps Project Conserve Service Term

AmeriCorps Project Conserve seeks dedicated individuals to fill 34 full-time positions serving critical conservation needs of western North Carolina. Each member will serve 1700 hours during an 11-month term, from September 2017 through July 2018.

A New Addition to Pisgah National Forest

With the help of a conservation buyer, Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy, Trout Unlimited and the U.S. Forest Service seal a decade-long effort to protect a critical piece of Pisgah National Forest.

We're Hiring a Southeast Regional Director

Position Title:
Southeast Regional Director
 
Reports To:
Executive Director
 
Position Summary:
This Polk County-based position ensures a coordinated fundraising strategy with the Hendersonville office and leads community engagement efforts in the southeast service region.
 

Stories of the Land: Honoring a Grandmother's Legacy

Adrienne Brown wakes up every morning in the 400-square-foot cabin her father built in 1971 when he was in high school. Its weathered walls sit amongst the trees on the farmstead of her late grandmother, Frieda Brown, in Pisgah Forest.

Speak Up and Protect AmeriCorps Project Conserve

You protect our mountains and rivers, now it's time to protect AmeriCorps Project Conserve!

Protect AmeriCorps Project Conserve

 

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