WELCOME TO CONSERVING CAROLINA
We are Conserving Carolina, formed by the consolidation of two sister organizations, Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy and Pacolet Area Conservancy. Our organizations, each with deep roots and strong histories of conserving our lands and natural resources, have united to increase conservation efforts in our area.Learn More
Hike along Mountains to Sea Trail | Friday, April 27
Join Conserving Carolina on Friday, April 27th, for a 4.8-mile, easy, out and back hike along the Mountains to Sea Trail. Conserving Carolina’s southeast stewardship manager, Pam Torlina, will lead the hike. The Hike Hikers will head to a portion of the Mountains to Sea [...]READ MORE
Largetooth Aspen in Polk County: Myth or Reality?
In a joint effort to expand the knowledge and understanding of the flora and fauna of Polk County, Conserving Carolina and botanist, David Campbell, need your help in locating this month’s “Polk County’s Most Wanted—Plant”—Bigtooth or Largetooth Aspen (Populus grandidentata). About Largetooth Aspen Bigtooth or [...]READ MORE
Full-Time AmeriCorps Project Conserve Position Open for Summer 2018
FULL-TIME (675 HOUR) POSITION Service Term: May 1 – August 31, 2018 Applications Due: April 23, 2018 Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy Communications and Community Engagement Associate COMPENSATION For the full-time, 4-month positions, the AmeriCorps member will receive a living stipend of $5,348 over [...]READ MORE
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Help Max with this volunteer opportunity on the land!
Discuss the history of eastern spotted skunks and learn about ongoing research in Carolinian Appalachians and how you can help in collecting data at this Landrum Library presentation.
Enjoy the scenery of WNC with your family and friends on our Spring Hiking Series.