Connecting people with land for outdoor recreation, health, fitness, wellbeing, farming, livelihood and learning, striving to create equitable access to land for all people.
SAHC’s goals in connecting people with nature and protected lands include:
Connecting People with Land and Nature: We have a broad range of programs!
The best way to learn about conservation is to experience it for yourself. That could mean joining us for a guided hike to protected places, pitching in for a volunteer work day, finding yourself in an outdoor classroom, hosting your own special event at the SAHC Community Farm, exploring public parks and trails that SAHC has helped protect, learning how to grow food, and much more!
We invite you to explore the many ways to Connect with special places that Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy Protects and Stewards.
If you can’t get out for a visit to the mountains, experience conservation at home through Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy’s Video Library on YouTube and flip through the latest editions of the View from the Highlands. Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Linked-In for updates!