Our Mission

Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy is dedicated to protecting and stewarding land and water resources vital to our natural heritage and quality of life and to fostering appreciation and understanding of the natural world.

What’s New at CMLC?

Lady Slipper Speaker Series at Brevard College “Why is There Such High Biodiversity in the Southern Appalachians?” Presented by Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy and Brevard College Featuring: Dr. Jennifer Frick-Ruppert of Brevard College Date: Tuesday, April 25      Time: 5...
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Position Title: Southeast Regional Director   Reports To: Executive Director   Position Summary: This Polk County-based position ensures a coordinated fundraising strategy with the Hendersonville office and leads community engagement efforts in the southeast service region...
You protect our mountains and rivers, now it's time to protect AmeriCorps Project Conserve!   The Corporation for National & Community Service--the federal agency that supports the AmeriCorps service program--is at risk! It is one of 18 agencies that are recommended for elimination in the White...
“I would like to make that my home one day,” Woody Platt would say, whenever he passed by the white, 1930s farmhouse nestled between rolling hills with the East Fork of the French Broad River winding behind it. Platt, an avid life-long angler, admired the land’s access to trout-filled waters. It’s a...
My time at CMLC AmeriCorps Project Conserve with Asheville GreenWorks has been spent in waterways more than in offices. The more that I frequent the waters of western North Carolina, the more I recognize the need to be increasingly mindful of the anthropogenic impact on organisms, and the functions of the French Broad...

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