Protecting NC Water Quality Rooted in Solutions, Literally

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The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy maintains Laurel Ridge Preserve, which adjoins Asheville Watershed land. (SAHC)
September 26, 2017

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. – In many parts of North Carolina, riverfronts are becoming prime real estate, with cities such as Asheville now developing their waterways for public and private use. While development is largely good for the economy, many of the state’s land conservancies are working to make sure it doesn’t put water quality at risk. Read more…

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