Our corporate partners play an important role in protecting our shared vital resources. We build win-win relationships with businesses who are naturally aligned with our mission:
In the southern Appalachian region, our natural environment is one of our greatest economic assets. According to a study conducted by the Blue Ridge Natural Heritage Area, visitors to our region are drawn here to enjoy outdoor recreation, visiting farms, and attending festivals and events. SAHC’s land conservation efforts protect scenic views, outdoor recreation sites and working farms that fuel our regions multi-billion dollar tourism industry.
SAHC is one of the oldest and most respected land trusts in the region. By partnering with us, you make a major contribution to the quality of life in our region. Each protected acre enhances our quality of life as well as the lives of our children — whether by guarding headwater streams, protecting plant and animal habitat, providing local food, or preserving a beautiful place to enjoy.
We offer a wide variety of sponsorship options. From strategic philanthropy to marketing and brand recognition, we can create a customized benefits package aligned with the goals of your company.
SAHC Corporate Partner Sponsorship levels:
Mt. Mitchell (elevation 6,684 ft.) $25,000+
Waterrock Knob (elevation 6,292 ft.) $15,000+
Roan Mountain (eleveation 6,285 ft.) $10,000+
Cold Mountain (elevation 6,030 ft.) $5,000+
Big Yellow Mountain (elevation 5,480 ft.) $2,500+
Max Patch (elevation 4,629 ft.) $1,000+
For more information on becoming a Corporate Partner or to discuss benefits package options, please email Cheryl Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828-253-0095, ext. 209.
Waterrock Knob Partners
Roan Mountain Partners
Cold Mountain Partners
Big Yellow Partners
Max Patch Partners
SAHC, Highland Brewing Company, and the US Fish & Wildlife Service collaborate throughout the year to heighten public awareness of the natural treasures that make this region so attractive. Each HBC seasonal brew is named for a feature of the Southern Appalachian landscape: For example, the Little Hump Spring Ale is named for Little Hump Mountain on the Appalachian Trail in the Roan Highlands.
For each seasonal release,
Highland Brewing Company employees also partnered with SAHC for a habitat restoration project in the Highlands of Roan. For more on that story, click here.