Full Spectrum Farms (FSF) is a 34-acre organic farm in Cullowhee that provides free weekly programs for individuals with autism and their families.
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The Shelton House Museum of North Carolina Handicrafts in Waynesville is now a stop on the Appalachian Mural Trail. The museum’s 20th-century barn recently became the new home for a Postage Stamp Mural by Doreyl Ammons Cain.
Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) has expanded its Double SNAP initiative to include eight farmers markets through the end of 2020.
There is a farm nestled up to a community in Arden that can feed about 200 people in the neighborhood most of the calories that they need to survive, and it’s also financially self-sustaining.
A new memorial at Andrews Geyser in Old Fort will honor the forgotten efforts of state inmates in constructing the Western North Carolina Railroad (WNCR).
In September, Asheville City Council voted unanimously to pass a Tree Canopy Protection Ordinance that will encourage property owners and developers to avoid cutting down trees.
Jenny Pickens was raised around art. She has fond memories of watching her Uncle Billy Joe make art in a variety of mediums: from sketching W.E.B. Du Bois in pencil, to shaping a tree branch into a walking cane and carving a portrait of Elijah Muhammad into the handle.
Organic gardeners in search of unsettling reading for Halloween might turn to Robert Graves’ darkly humorous story about composting, “Earth to Earth” (1955).