A Dialogue in Photographs

From a passionate desire to expand the conversation about climate change, environmental artists around the world are striving to harness the transformative power of art to promote awareness, provoke dialogue, and inspire action. As Dogwood Alliance mobilizes diverse voices to protect Southern forests, we’re excited to be sponsoring the exhibition, A Dialogue in Photographs. The […]

Forest Friday: Asheville Greenworks

For this Forest Friday, we met up with Christine Brown, an Environmental Educator at Asheville Greenworks, at the Hominy Creek Greenway. In this video, Christine shares her experience at Asheville Greenworks and how they work towards their mission of: Inspiring, equipping, and mobilizing individuals and communities to take care of the place they love to […]

Hood Hugger Tour by Pengfei Ye

This summer Dogwood Alliance new staff and interns arrived at Stephens Lee Recreation Center, excited to start the Hood Huggers International Driving Tour.

“The Stories Trees Tell” Promotes Forest Conservation

Crosspost from The Blue Banner written by Virginia Taylor. Original article here. The forests are an important part of the southern Appalachian Mountains, but according to many indigenous traditions, they hold more significance than just the resources they provide. “When the forests are gone, we lose more than just the oxygen they release, we lose more […]

Forest Friday with Desiree Adaway

I met Desiree Adaway at the Botanical Gardens for Forest Friday, where we nestled on a rock under a tree. Desiree is recovering from a leg injury, so I picked a beautiful place that didn’t demand much walking. The Botanical Gardens is a great place to feel in community with nature without having go out of […]