Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The Laurel of Asheville Vol. 9 Issue 10, October 2012
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Less than a hundred years ago, Asheville was filled with American chestnut trees. Today, few trees remain. One organization, the American Chestnut Foundation, seeks to change that by working to develop a tree that can survive blight and thrive in the area.
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.
The Dr. Wesley Grant, Sr. Southside Center in Asheville is a public, green facility for children and their families to use as a nurturing, community space. The Center boasts a gym, theater, and greenhouse.
The author discusses the history of fire trucks in Asheville, from horse drawn apparatuses to the trucks we see today.
Lake Eden Arts Festival celebrates its 35th year in operation with workshops, performances, exhibitions, and dancing.