Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The Laurel of Asheville Vol. 9 Issue 7, July 2012
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Four red wolf puppies were born at the Nature Center and are expected to thrive and bolster red wolf populations in the nation. The Species Survival Plan saved the red wolf from extinction after only 14 pure wolves remained in the entire world.
The author describes his experience floating above the western North Carolina mountains in a hot air balloon with Asheville Hot Air Balloons, a company that has offered balloon rides in the area for years.
The Youth Empowered Solutions is a non-profit organization that works to change public policy by training youth and providing them with opportunities for hands-on activism. The program targets tobacco use, obesity, and substance abuse and changes policies to create healthier communities.
The author discusses the history of opera houses in America and the opening of Asheville's Grand Opera House in 1890.