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Near Morganton, North Carolina, the Berry Site Field School educates student archeologists and the public about archeology and history. The site was home to a Native American village called Joara, which was established in the fifteenth century. When the Spaniards explored North America, they journeyed here to build Fort San Juan, the first inland European settlement on the continent. Today, students are uncovering a variety of artifacts and slowly piecing together the story of this cultural interaction.
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Asheville designer, Barbara Zaretsky, has revived plant-based dying, an art that was nearly lost with the invention of colorfast chemical dyes. She uses natural plant dyes to color her hand made accessories, which include items like scarves, table runners, and pillows.
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In 2011, the Biltmore Estate launched the Biltmore International Rose Trials. The objective of these trials is to select only the best new varieties of roses based on overall health, appearance, vigor, fragrance, and bloom. Any level of rose breeder can enter these trials and gain recognition for their work.
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Chef Jeff Miller learned the art of sushi making by apprenticing in sushi restaurants for five years in Colorado and Boone. In 2013, he opened his restaurant, CoBo Sushi Bistro and Bar in Boone. Since then, the place that has become a downtown hot spot.
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