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Our fourth annual RomanticAsheville.com "Giving Calendar" featured gorgeous waterfalls throughout the region of Western North Carolina. 100% of the proceeds went to conserving land and water resources in our Blue Ridge Mountains and foothills. Enjoy photography by Kevin Adams, author of the best-selling book "North Carolina Waterfalls." 

NC Waterfalls Calendar 2020

Five land conservancies in Western NC utilized the 2020 NC Waterfalls Calendar to raise funds and awareness. About Photographer Kevin Adams

Kevin Adams NC Waterfalls Book

Kevin Adams has always loved nature and the outdoors. He’s written and photographed 10 books. He’s had well over a thousand images published in books, calendars, magazines, and all sorts of other venues. Today, his photography business consists mainly of teaching and leading photo tours. He also runs an online store where he sells his books and a few other products. Kevin has been called the MacGyver of photography because he’s always tinkering in the shop making new photo gear. He lives in Waynesville.

His first two editions of North Carolina Waterfalls sold a combined 65,000 copies. The new third edition contains 300 color photos and detailed information for 300 waterfalls. It includes 1,000 waterfalls in total. You'll appreciate the comprehensive coverage, the concise driving and hiking directions, the helpful photography tips, and the emphasis on stewardship of natural resources. The perfect companion to the book is his Waterfalls of NC Map. To read more, go to Kevin Adams' website.

2020 Waterfalls of NC Calendar Benefactors

Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

Since 1974, they have conserved over 70,000 acres of unique plant and animal habitat, clean water, farmland and scenic beauty of the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee.

Since 1974, they have conserved over 70,000 acres of unique plant and animal habitat, clean water, farmland and scenic beauty of the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee.

Conserving Carolina

Since 1994, they have protected 42,000+ acres in more than 150 projects in WNC, from the waterfalls of DuPont State Forest, to the rock faces of Hickory Nut Gorge, to the farms and rivers that… read more

Since 1994, they have protected 42,000+ acres in more than 150 projects in WNC, from the waterfalls of DuPont State Forest, to the rock faces of Hickory Nut Gorge, to the farms and rivers that provide us with food and water.

Blue Ridge Conservancy

They partner with landowners and communities to permanently protect natural resources with agricultural, cultural, recreational, ecological and scenic value - with more than 20,000 acres in… read more

They partner with landowners and communities to permanently protect natural resources with agricultural, cultural, recreational, ecological and scenic value - with more than 20,000 acres in Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes and Yancey Counties.

Mainspring Conservation Trust

Located in the heart of the Southern Blue Ridge, they protect the waters, forests, farms and heritage of the Upper Little Tennessee and Hiwassee River Valleys - conserving 25,600 acres. 

Located in the heart of the Southern Blue Ridge, they protect the waters, forests, farms and heritage of the Upper Little Tennessee and Hiwassee River Valleys - conserving 25,600 acres. 

Foothills Conservancy

Preserve the natural and cultural heritage in eight counties by conserving scenic landscapes, farms, forests, watersheds, biodiversity and wildlife habitat in eight counties east of Asheville,… read more

Preserve the natural and cultural heritage in eight counties by conserving scenic landscapes, farms, forests, watersheds, biodiversity and wildlife habitat in eight counties east of Asheville, along with three major river basins of the Broad, Catawba, and Yadkin.

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