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24002
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Jack Fisher sought out 756 acres in Madison County in order to create a riverside retreat. This area became French Broad Crossing, which is monitored by the Southeast Regional Conservancy.
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24004
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AsheVillage Institute is a nonprofit that helps people reconnect with nature by building knowledge and skills about growing food sustainably and taking care of the environment.
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24076
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SouthWings is a non-profit organization that serves eleven southeastern states by monitoring environmental degradation and assists in advocating for conservation. It achieves this by taking people of influence on flights to show them the importance and beauty of protected areas.
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24109
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The author discusses two electric bike stores that are making an impact in Asheville: Electro Bike Tours offers physically active city tours and Fast Lane Electric Bikes focuses on selling electric bikes to locals.
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24115
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Reading, Riding, Retrofit: NC Green Schools is a webpage that serves as an online roadmap for North Carolina schools that engage educators on the whole spectrum of what it means for a school to be more environmentally sustainable.
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24110
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Green Opportunities is a non-profit organization that improves the health of the earth and teaches individuals technical and life skills concerning green construction, clean energy, and recycling. The programs specifically target low-income and unemployed adults.
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3912
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When the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission acquired the Rollins Tract in 1998, the 17,829-acre purchase tripled the size of the South Mountains Game Lands. Lying in Cleveland and Rutherford counties, it, together with South Mountain State Park, now comprises over 35,000 acres of environmentally protected lands.
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