Cassius Cash Cassius Cash, Superintendent of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and thrilled to be back on his home turf and working on the land and with the communities of the Great Smoky Mountains. Since his arrival in the Great Smoky Mountains in February of 2015, Cash hasContinue reading “2020 Annual Meeting”
On any August Saturday afternoon, beer drinkers stand on the New Belgium patio looking down as scores, even hundreds, of tubers drift by on the French Broad River. It’s a scene that didn’t exist ten years ago, and one reflective of the increasing importance of the French Broad River. A newly-formed organization, the French BroadContinue reading “What’s the French Broad River Worth to Our Communities?”
Wednesday, November 6, 11 am – 3 pm Sierra Nevada Brewery, 100 Sierra Nevada Way, Mills River, NC Agenda Made possible with support from the city of Brevard, Blue Earth consulting, North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality, and Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
With Delayed Harvest Trout Waters now open, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is asking the public, in particular trout anglers, to report any sightings of hellbenders (water dogs) to the agency. Read more.
Asheville, North Carolina — As a trio of kids on inner tubes quietly floated down the French Broad River outside Rosman, North Carolina, a nearby snorkeler broke the river’s surface, disturbing the quiet with a quick clearing of water from his snorkel. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Jason Mays was searching the river bottomContinue reading “Wavyrayed lampmussel returns to the French Broad River”