Nov. 7, 9 am, Fall Clean-up Day, meet behind Center of the Arts
Many hands make light work, All are welcome
The Black Mountain Beautification Committee, a private, non-profit organization, focused on beautification and community partnerships in western North Carolina.
The Beautification Committee strives to maintain and nurture the town gardens, green areas and also to establish more natural gardens in designated open areas. The Committee works with town groups to realize this vision of Black Mountain as a hospitable and scenic mountain community.
We welcome you to view our projects, become a volunteer, or make a contribution.
The Consistent Look Committee has been busy placing new fall plant material in the containers in Town. All of the historic district is graced with containers flowing with beautiful plant material. Come view what will be growing this fall/winter season.
“My village never had access to the clean water we needed to sustain all of our people until Water Charity. They came to us with open arms and big smiles, helping us install multiple wells and educating us about the importance of clean drinking water. They have helped us so much!"
Garden Site Pictures
Do you like to garden? Make new friends? Find out more about us here
We are extremely proud to have a monthly column in The Black Mountain News. The column is titled Gardening in the Valley and the author is a member of the committee. Our next column entitled, Plant for Spring, will be in the Oct. 18th paper. Past columns came be read by clicking the below link.
Oct. 17, 5:30 pm, Town Square
Committee Meeting, all are welcome
Gardening in the Valley
Donations of any size are welcome.
A big thank you to our members for decorating the Town on Oct. 14. The Black Mountain Primary School outdid themselves creating the Funcrows which are place at the Welcome Signs. Our members created the Funcrows in Town Square. Come
to Town and bring your camera.
Come Join Us
View the some of the garden sites that the committee members maintain through the historic downtown. The garden site page is updated daily with more pictures being posted.