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Join us in celebrating Appalachian Spring!

Join us in celebrating 42 years of conservation in our community!

Because of you — our dedicated members, volunteers, and community supporters — we can continue protecting the special places we all love. 162 more words


SAHC helps Rocky Fork State Park acquire tract for public access

Today we celebrate Earth Day with the closing of an exciting new project which will enable more people to learn about and enjoy the incredible Rocky Fork region! 510 more words


Partnerships in Education & Stewardship - Tilson Homeplace Work Day

Conservation doesn’t end with recording a land protection document. Stewardship of protected lands extends in perpetuity, and sometimes requires remediation of past problems for a property. 245 more words

Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

Round Bald Kiosk Installation

The Highlands of Roan are home to some of the most unique and globally rare ecosystems in the world, including montane grassy balds and spruce-fir communities. 209 more words


Cold Mountain Game Lands Assist

We assisted the NC Wildlife Resources Commission in purchasing a 64-acre tract adjoining the Cold Mountain Game Lands near Lake Logan.

The forested tract, formerly owned by the Caldwell family, adjoins the Cold Mountain Game Lands and Significant Natural Heritage Areas, ranging in elevation from 3,400 – 4,000 feet. 300 more words

Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

Feral Hogs in the Roan — Update

SAHC and our Roan Stewardship partners met in summer 2014 to discuss the growing threat posed by the invasion of feral hogs into our mountain landscapes and how to combat their spread. 932 more words

Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

Stanley A. Murray, Inducted into Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame

SAHC founder Stan Murray was inducted into the Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame last year, and retired Roan Stewardship Director Judy Murray traveled to Boiling Springs, PA (the “Half-way” point on the AT) to accept the award in his behalf. 300 more words