Protecting Our Mountains

Since 1974, we have conserved more than 75,000 acres of the of the Southern Appalachians for present and future generations.

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SAHC conserves unique plant and animal habitat, clean water, farmland, scenic beauty, and places for people to enjoy outdoor recreation in the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina.

Open area and forested crest on Roan Mountain Gateway, conserved land

Roan Mountain Gateway

Cataloochee Gateway

Cataloochee Gateway Conservation

Robinson Rough Cabin

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Community Farm CSAs

SAHC Community Farm Webinar

Salamander Video with Tom Ward

SAHC Video Library

Check out our ever-expanding library of video content – including informative Lunch n’ Learn presentations, virtual hikes, youth education, and relaxing moments in nature.

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Earth Month 2021

As part of the WNC for the Planet coalition, SAHC is celebrating Earth Day all month long in April – as we come together to act locally and think globally. This year, celebrate with us by playing Earth Month BINGO!

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View from the forest floor! Our Stew Crew is out and about today, monitoring conserved land to ensure it remains protected for posterity. Land stewardship is a key component of long-term conservation success. Check out these lovely #spring blooms they spotted growing in their #outdooroffice ! Dutchman's Breeches and Larkspur. #conservation #springflowers #spring2021 #EarthMonth2021 ... See MoreSee Less
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