Promoting wetlands through science based programs, education, and advocacy.
Adaptive reuse of a former waste water treatment plant that discharged into Wilson Bay.
To enable people to collaborate in addressing and offsetting the effects of global climate change, and to promote electric cars.
To support the North Carolina Plant Conservation Program in its efforts to conserve and protect North Carolina's imperiled native plants in their habitats.
To promote worldwide understanding of the importance of biodiversity and of the preservation of our biological heritage.
To raise public awareness of the hazards of excessive noise.
To enhance the quality of life in the communities of coastal North Carolina by preserving open space, greenways, and significant natural areas.
To preserve the history, heritage and culture of the southern region of the Blue Ridge; protect the Orchard land with its apples, wetlands, butterflies and other natural features; and educate about the unique Appalachian experience for all who come.
To promote enjoyment and conservation of native plants and their habitats through education, protection and propagation.