Wetlands Are Not Wastelands

By Torry Nergart, Conservation Easement Manager How we treat the least among us is a reflection of our true selves. The same is certainly true...
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More of Mud Creek

There’s already been a transformation at Mud Creek, and it’s going to keep getting better with a new addition that will allow public access and a bog restoration.

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Conservation Celebration 2022

PRESS RELEASE: Conserving Carolina will host its 22nd annual Conservation Celebration Saturday, August 27, from 4-8 p.m. at Falling Creek Camp in Tuxedo. The annual event...
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Growing Better

Rafael Bravo grew up farming in Venezuela and he had a dream to farm when he retired. He’s living that dream at a newly protected farm in Polk County, where regenerative practices are bringing new life to the land.

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New River Access Coming Near Brevard

Morrow Landing will create a new public access point on the French Broad River near Brevard. The location is ideal – at the midpoint of what is currently the longest section of river between access points.

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Two Local Farms Protected

Two local farms are now protected forever with conservation easements, saving their productive farmland and scenic beauty for future generations.

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Restoring the French Broad River: A Story Map

See the big picture of how the restoration projects you support are making a difference for the French Broad River. Check out this interactive storymap to see muskie sloughs, restored wetlands, riverside habitat, and much more.

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Wonder in the Mountains

Our first Photo Ambassador,, Dr. Leah Swann, shares beautiful images of panoramic mountain vistas, wildlife, and children experiencing moments of wonder in nature.

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