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24015
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Nina Veteto has always loved nature and is now a teacher and environmental educator. She strives to inform others about the importance of monarch butterflies and suggests ways for locals to boost native populations of butterflies, ensuring their continued existence in the region for years to come.
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24014
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The author presents the various ways artists over a span of 200 years in Western North Carolina have used the medium to inspire others to protect the wilderness in order to instill a sense of place, home, and community in the region.
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24017
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Western North Carolina's Model Railroaders hosts Eliada Home's weekly Model Train Program, in which participants design and paint elaborate cities and farms for the model trains to travel through.
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24016
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John Stack, director of FATE (Funding American through Entertainment), an Asheville-based non-profit organization, seeks to bring attention to various hunger-related issues while generating revenues to address them.