The CRA is a nonprofit organization established and maintained by a community of people – multi-national corporations, small businesses, local government, state government agencies, and individuals across the Carolinas who are committed to waste reduction and recycling efforts. With over 300 member organizations (over 800 individuals), the CRA is ever growing and changing to benefit our members and the recycling industry.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation empowers coastal residents and visitors from all walks of life to protect and restore the water quality and critically important natural habitats of the North Carolina coast.
To conserve the waters, forests, farms and heritage of the Upper Little Tennessee and Hiwassee River Valleys.
To provide facilities and focus for education, recreation, and preservation in nature studies and equestrian activities with the aim of enhancing these endeavors to enrich the quality of life.
Mission: To inspire conservation of the natural world by helping guests explore, understand and value the wonders of Grandfather Mountain.
To empower citizens to be advocates for livable communities and the natural environment of Western North Carolina.
Sound Rivers' mission is to monitor, protect and enhance water quality and related ecosystems in the Neuse and Tar- Pamlico River basins while supporting environmental justice. Sound Rivers advocates for Fishable, Swimmable, and Drinkable waters.
To tackle the climate crisis and other hazards posed by electricity generation.
To protect land along the Blue Ridge Parkway, assist 23 local land trusts, and connect people to nature.
To mobilize diverse voices to defend the forests of the Southern United States from destructive industrial forestry practices.