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2022 Land Trust Day

June 4

Land Trust Day falls on the first Saturday in June, to coincide with the annual National Trails Day.  Conservation land trusts like Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy play a critical role in helping to conserve land for public enjoyment as well as privately-owned preserves that protect viewsheds and wildlife corridors near national trails. Land trusts work to protect and manage a wide variety of important land and water resources, including habitat for rare plants and animals, farmland, and sources of drinking water for millions of people.

We are so grateful to local businesses who recognize the importance of this work and have stepped up with their support for SAHC on Land Trust Day – Saturday, June 4!

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Shop and Dine to Support Conservation

Mast General Store

is donating 20% of proceeds from sales on Saturday, June 4 to support conservation. The Asheville and Waynesville stores will be supporting Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy. Stop by to stock up on gear, say ‘Hi’ to SAHC volunteers, and be sure to thank them for supporting Land Trust Day! As a general store, Mast Store offers a variety of goods from fashion to fried chicken cookbooks and toffee to tents.

Second Gear

is donating 10% of proceeds from sales on Saturday, June 4 — PLUS they have chosen Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy as the nonprofit partner for the month of June. Second Gear supports a new nonprofit each month by donating 1% of all sales! Second Gear is your source for quality, affordable outdoor gear, with an ever-changing selection of used and new equipment, apparel, footwear, & accessories.

Laughing Seed

is donating 5% of proceeds from sales on Saturday, June 4. Laughing Seed is Asheville’s iconic vegetarian restaurant located on historic Wall Street, voted #1 as best vegetarian in Asheville with a full bar and outdoor dining on their covered patio.

Jack of the Wood

is donating 5% of proceeds from sales on Saturday, June 4. Jack of the Wood is a Celtic pub in downtown Asheville! They feature classical pub dishes, 18-rotating taps of craft brew, and a wide selection of whiskeys.

Experience Outdoors

Asheville Hiking Tours

is a Western North Carolina-owned and operated outdoor tour guide, proud to be giving back to local land conservancies. They recognize and value the need to conserve the Blue Ridge Mountains, one of the most biodiverse regions in the world.

Shoji Spa

is an unpretentious and unique destination spa nestled on a mountainside minutes from the vibrancy of downtown Asheville. Along with traditional Japanese bathing and soaking, in completely private outdoor salt tubs, guests enjoy spa-style showers, first-class massage therapy, nature setting and sounds, locally sourced spa products.

For Love of Beer and Mountains

Wicked Weed Brewing

donates 10% of ALL sales of the popular “Appalachia” Session IPA to support conservation with Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy – part of their Beers that Build program. Check back for other updates on this very special partnership!

Highland Brewing Company

donates a portion of proceeds from seasonal beer release parties to Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy, and supports SAHC through the “Mountain Chaser” brew – part of their Pints with a Purpose program. Check back for more updates on our special partnership!

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