Best of… yes, 2020

No giant meteor. No zombie apocalype. And a surprisingly great “Top 10” list from 2020. Thank you for making these conservation successes happen in the toughest of years!

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Help Open Bell Park!

Help open a new Henderson County park named for Frank and Calla Bell. We’ve already done the hard part: we secured the land. We just need to raise the funds for trails and a parking area so we can open Bell Park.

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Restoring Life Along the River 

Can we bring back something that we’ve lost – the kind of natural floodlplain that supports abundant life? A series of restoration projects along the French Broad River are doing exactly that.

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DuPont State Recreational Forest Expands

There’s now another 717 acres in DuPont State Recreational Forest, with clear trout streams, rare wildflowers and important wildlife habitat. This land connects DuPont to a vast conservation corridor. Get a birds eye view!

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New Life in the Cemetery

An ambitious restoration at this conservation burial ground includes bringing back a wetland that may have been buried for a century. New life started appearing right away.

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