Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina Expands Staff

Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina is pleased to announce that it is growing its staff to provide additional communications, financial and administrative support. To increase its team’s administrative and communications capacities, the conservancy is seeking a full-time communications and outreach associate, a part-time staff accountant and a part-time office administrator. Now in its twenty-second year, […]

Foothills Conservancy and Camp Grier Collaborate to Conserve 203 Acres

Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina and Camp Grier in Old Fort have collaborated to permanently conserve 203 acres in the Jarrett Creek watershed portion of the non-profit camp’s property. Conservation easements on the land will protect forested stream buffers and include other conservation provisions to ensure that stream water quality, extensive natural habitats, and scenic […]

Tanawha Adventures’ South Mountains Marathons Net Donation, New Members for Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina

The South Mountains Marathons, a pair of trail races in the South Mountains created by Tanawha Adventures, netted a $3,500 donation as well as 10 new members for Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina, the land trust serving the South Mountains area. Brandon Thrower, founder of Tanawha Adventures, selected the conservancy as one of the beneficiaries […]

Foothills Conservancy Protects 81 Acres Along the Broad River in Rutherford County

Eighty-one acres along a half-mile of the Broad River in Rutherford County are now permanently protected thanks to two conservation-minded landowners who worked with Foothills Conservancy to place a conservation easement on the land. Siblings Nancy Koone Montgomery and Max Koone donated a conservation easement on the family land to Foothills Conservancy, thus ensuring that […]