Call Governor Cooper TODAY

Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma are wake-up calls for all of us to boldly and seriously tackle climate change. One way to do that? Protect Southeastern natural forests now. Richmond County is already facing numerous environmental justice threats and their forests are being threatened by a wood pellet facility from Enviva. The clock is running […]

Woods & Wilds Storytelling and Music Festival

Join Dogwood Alliance on Sunday, October 1st for our 2nd annual Woods & Wilds Storytelling and Music Festival from 1-10 pm at the Salvage Station in Asheville! The Festival will feature regional storytellers, live music, and performances as well as kid friendly activities! Join us to celebrate 21 years of standing with the people and […]

Stories Happen in Forests: James Woodley

We often think about how forests give us clean air and water, but how often do we think about the forest’s power to heal and transform? James Woodley joined us at River Park North in Greenville, South Carolina to tell us the story of how forests helped him survive his heartbreaking illness and find strength […]

Stories Happen in Forests: Ruddy

There are many ways we enjoy the forests, whether it’s camping, trail running, fishing, or hiking. There are also many different ways we can protect Southern forests and stand in solidarity with the people most affected by deforestation and climate change. We met up with Ruddy of Global Justice Ecology Project in Hypoluxo Scrub, a […]

Stories Happen in Forests: John Darnielle

We caught up with John Darnielle, writer and singer of The Mountain Goats, and he told us a story about a surprise encounter he experienced in the woods. Watch and share the video! in which I tell a story about a bear https://t.co/I5pzo0E1KI — The Mountain Goats (@mountain_goats) May 9, 2017 We need your help […]