On May, 31 2022, The North Carolina Wildlife Habitat Foundation provided $15,000 to the Pisgah Conservancy, a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization, for the Courthouse Wildlife Field Project in the Pisgah National Forest in Transylvania County. The project consisted of clearing 3 acres of fully forested field in order to create habitat for a diverse group of species such as deer, grouse, and turkey. The Pisgah Conservancy also received support from: the Transylvania County Tourism Development, the NC Wildlife Resource Commission (NCWRC), and the North Carolina Bowhunters Association. The project started on May 15, 2022. The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Council relied on a volunteer workforce to partner with the NCWRC to plant the fields. The NCWRC will maintain the site with bi-annual inspections and annual mowing.