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23140
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The Vance County Regional Farmers Market is one of many farmers markets emerging in North Carolina. Locals enjoy buying fresh produce directly from farmers and farmers enjoy selling to the consumer rather than large corporations.
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23146
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Due to the rise in agritourism and the desire to purchase food directly from the source, some farms in North Carolina now operate stores on their land. The Agers family in Buncombe runs a store, allows guests to pick berries, and offers guided tours of their farm.
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23942
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In autumn, the Blue Ridge Parkway bustles with people and the leaves explode with color. From the Cumberland Knob near Mount Airy to Cherokee, the parkway passes a number of beautiful overlooks with spectacular views of the landscape.
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North Carolina Field and Family (NoCar S 1 N672), Vol. 2 Issue 3, Fall 2015, p26-27, 29, il, por
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42706
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Across North Carolina farmers are partnering with local breweries, some supplying ingredients to distilleries, while others assist in recycling by-products that can be used to benefit feeding of livestock.
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42734
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Mona Hanes Templin is president of Mrs. Hanes Moravian Cookies in Clemmons, N.C. the business was started by her mother Evva Hanes in 1960. With exception to relocating the business from home to a store front in the mid-1960s and the addition of an electric mixer that blends 750 pounds of dough at a time, little has changed. All cookies are still carefully rolled, cut and packaged by hand. 10 million of the delicate crisps are produced annually.