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.

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Rogers Cove Farmland Conservation

Wicked Weed Appalachia ENO Hammocks

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Strategic Planning 2021-25

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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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Thanks to our incredible partners at Wicked Weed Brewing for helping secure a Keep America Beautiful grant to support habitat management and literally getting their hands dirty while planting 5,000 red spruce/Fraser fir seedlings in the Highlands of Roan! #MyAppalachia #conservation #forests #BeersThatBuild #sahc #southernappalachian #mountains #KeepAmericaBeautiful ... See MoreSee Less
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NC's conservation trust funds provide critical funding to protect resources that make a positive impact on lives across the state.Did you know that demand for conservation trust fund grants far exceeds available resources? More than 70% of registered voters support restoring state funding for the conservation trust funds to $100 million to protect water quality, conserve working farms, and preserve parkland and historic sites. Learn more about how North Carolina’s Conservation Trust Funds ensure our natural resources support a vibrant economy: www.land4tomorrow.org/protect/Land for Tomorrow #conservation #cleanwater #parksandrecreationDid you know that demand for conservation trust fund grants far exceeds available resources? More than 70% of registered voters support restoring state funding for the conservation trust funds to $100 million to protect water quality, conserve working farms, and preserve parkland and historic sites. Learn more about how North Carolina’s Conservation Trust Funds ensure our natural resources support a vibrant economy: www.land4tomorrow.org/protect/ ... See MoreSee Less
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