Throughout the month, the Arboretum will host a variety of events to celebrate our love of our feathered friends and of each other.
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Two years ago, Jodie Appel, owner of Asheville Salt Cave, took a trip to Turkey. “While I was there I experienced a traditional hammam, a Turkish bathhouse,” she says. “This is an ancient bathing tradition: a beautiful ritual of cleansing, deep exfoliation and skin renewal.”
Dawn Chavez, Executive Director of Asheville Greenworks talks about urban forestry and the need to keep the urban canopy intact.
The future is going way beyond green homes and electric cars. It’s moving toward sustainability—sustainability to the point of self-reliance—including the knowledge and capacity to grow some of our own food.
"This session is a great opportunity to explore farm enterprise ideas with other prospective farmers and with the expert instructors from OGS and Cooperative Extension.”
If battling with the ice and cold sounds like a little too much for you, the winter weather presents a perfect opportunity to stay in and complete various preparations for your next trip, such as tying up flies to fill your boxes for spring hatches.
“What I love about ramen...is the same thing that I love about the Japanese culture itself. It’s their traditions and their level of integrity for everything that they do.”
“Classics are classics because they stand the test of time with universal messages and themes,” says Wortham Center managing director Rae Geoffrey. “In our nation’s turbulent political environment, this year’s selections by Aquila are certainly still relevant as reminders that humanity continues to strive to connect with purpose and love.”