Santa’s bound to notice the bounty of good works undertaken by the good people of the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust. And you can end up on the Nice List, too!
Article Author: Julie Schott - Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust
If you’re feeling a little short of things to be grateful for, take a hike along one of the trails conserved by The Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust. It’ll help to put things in perspective.
Do me a favor. Close your eyes. Wait, you have to read this whole paragraph first, then you can close your eyes. Next I want you to picture what you […]
Among the hauntingly beautiful mountains of the Southern Appalachians, nestled only steps away from downtown Highlands, is the historic Kelsey Trail. Built over a century ago by one of […]
There’s been a lot of controversy over whether or not “climate change” is real. Here in the mountains of Western North Carolina, we’re only just now seeing some real changes […]
Ralph Waldo Emerson advised that we should, “Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.” Over the past few weeks most of us have had no choice but to […]
Spring on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau is truly magical with the emergence of our diverse assemblage of wildflowers. This emergence almost seems like it happens overnight but it is a process […]
If you live or play here, you have much to be thankful for. Recently, the staff of Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust reflected on what we are thankful for: • Two hundred […]
There’s a bear who visits our small mountain community every year. If you’re patient enough to wait for her on Highway 64 at the Macon/Jackson County line – at a […]
You can see it from many spots around Highlands: Satulah Mountain, standing tall like an old friend watching over us, a silent constant in an ever-changing world. On September 27 […]