Asheville poet Nickole Brown has written about animals, our “non-human cousins,” as she calls them for the past four years. And writing about them, she knew, required her to make an effort to understand them.
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Wines from the Côtes du Rhône region are extremely approachable, and easily paired with a variety of foods.
North River Farms and DB bar D Outfitters are two businesses that operate in unison on a working farm in Mills River to achieve a common goal: the education, preservation and conservation of farming, wildlife and natural resources.
It’s the golden anniversary of Earth Day. Over the past 50 years, more of us are living mindfully with an eye on protecting the overall health of the planet.
In the spring of 1986, Brad and Mel Lundgren woke up their two young children in the middle of the night. The couple had borrowed a small telescope from their family-owned camera store in Rockford, Illinois.
In a time of crisis such as this one, there are always angels - or at least people with really good ideas - who materialize where needed most.
Sometimes deadlines and life events don't sync. You will find that our April issue of the magazine contains stories for many events that were being canceled as we put the finishing touches on the pages before getting them to the printer.
Our April issue contains a column by Robert Turner on one way to help regional farmers keep growing and the public stay fed: community supported agriculture (CSA). Appalachian Sustainable Agricultural Project, better known as ASAP, is a good source for ways to find farmstands, CSAs, farmers markets - in a nutshell, local food, something we should all support in good times and bad.