Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for WNC Magazine Vol. 2 Issue 7, September 2008
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Craig Tarler is the owner and operator of Cornell and Diehl, Inc., a pipe tobacco manufacturing shop in Morganton. It is believed to be the largest pipe tobacco manufacturing shop in North Carolina.
The author discusses the charms of car camping in Western North Carolina and present various tourist spots perfect for an outdoor adventure.
Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa successfully runs an agricultural and livestock business and teaches students how to manage a farm.
Douglass Ellington (1886-1960) was a famous art deco artist who designed many of the buildings in Asheville. Green discusses Ellington's life and inspiration for his architectural masterpieces.
Laurey Masterton is the owner of Laurey's Catering and Gourmet-to-Go, an Asheville-based business that makes use of local produce from farmers.
A community-supported agricultural system in Pisgah View has turned an old paved area into a thriving shared garden haven.