“The four partner organizations feel it is important to highlight these women through video and social platforms to showcase the impact women have on North Carolina’s agriculture industry."
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Agriculture and related businesses are worth more than $68 billion annually to the North Carolina economy, which makes it the number one industry in our state. But North Carolina also leads the nation in the loss of farms over recent years.
“I see landscape and nature in my abstract work, and abstraction in my landscape, so the relationship is obvious and strong. In fact, for me, there’s little distinction beyond the immediate form,” says March Cover Artist Peter Roux.
From her family, artist Tori Motyl says she learned about the dedication, organization and professionalism that go into being a successful small business owner.
In the lead-up to May’s Pets-themed issue, we at The Laurel are sponsoring a Best Pet Photo Contest on Facebook throughout March.
Replete with orchards, natural springs, rolling fields, an equine and animal environment and a wilderness repository of rare and native plants, School of Living Arts was founded by mother and educator Septimbor Lim.
Eighteen Henderson County artists, galleries and art events have been added to the Blue Ridge Craft Trails, an initiative of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area that brings the best of craft into the digital age.