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24018
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Cooperative Extension is a national network that has been helping citizens solve agricultural problems for 100 years. The Cooperative Extension connects farmers with the knowledge generated by public universities and provides grants to farmers who wish to expand their business.
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24021
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The Men's Garden Club of Asheville, in celebration of its 75th anniversary, is in charge of redoing the Olmstead Plan on a historic house in the area. The Olmsted brothers landscaped the \"Buck House\" in 1898, and the Garden Club seeks to return it to its original glory.
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24019
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T.C. and Brandy DiBella have opened Asheville Pinball Museum in Asheville as an interactive museum and store. The museum is full of history, trivia, and fun for the residents of the area.
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24020
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Mountain BizWorks in a non-profit organization in Asheville that helps local entrepreneurs get their businesses up and running by providing start-up and expansion loans and training to clients.