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22493
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The extraordinary romance of Martha and Bill Lenz of Asheville took several years to get started after their first meeting in Virginia in 1971, but the couple has now been married 32 years.
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29727
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The Eastern Wood Bison, one of three subspecies of North American bison, was killed to extinction by 1825. Two trans-mountain migration routes of the eastern wood bison roughly followed the French Broad River near Asheville, North Carolina. Remnants of the old bison trails still exist today and are distinguished by deeply sunken paths with old, mature trees growing from high embankments.
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29678
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Andy Cooper is an artist in Asheville, North Carolina who creates furniture and accessories from salvaged materials, such as reclaimed wood, metal and glass. Cooper describes his work as a combination of functional art and artful furnishings. Recently, Cooper joined the gallery and artist cooperative, Eco-Depot Marketplace.
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A popular Cajun and creole style cafe, Another Broken Egg Cafe, recently opened in Biltmore Park.
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29827
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Savannah Trantham and Kimberly Brewster cofounded Appalachian Wild to provide care and shelter for injured and orphaned wild animals in Western North Carolina. They also started the Wands for Wildlife program, which collects mascara wands to be repurposed as cleaning tools for injured animals.
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36580
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Instead of self-treating injured wild animals, Appalachian Wildlife Refuge recommends leaving the creatures in professional care. With a staff consisting of individuals such as licensed rehabilitators, environmental educators, and veterinarians, this nonprofit organization endeavors to open a center in the community offering care for small animals such as reptiles and birds.
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22499
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Local clothing company Appalatch, based at Echoview Fiber Mill in Weaverville, creates ecologically-sound clothing in timeless styles from local, ethically-grown wool. They source their materials from local mills and sell custom items directly to the customer in an attempt to create clothing that lasts through wear and changes in style trends.
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24012
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Two conservancy groups, Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy and Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy joined together in 2014 to create a new recreational trail in Hickory nut Gorge.
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29748
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In Western North Carolina, Hendersonville’s Balfour Education Center is a non-traditional high school that offers classes in business, criminal justice, firefighting, and mechatronics. The school’s Art Academy offers four levels of art instruction, and provides students with the opportunity to participate in community projects and art shows.
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29843
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The Black Mountain Center for the Arts is ushering in its eleventh annual Art in Bloom, a flower-filled festival that will take place in mid-June, followed by an exhibit of plein air paintings. This multi-faceted event includes two different gallery shows, a display of floral arrangements, a gala and a garden tour.
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29794
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Hendersonville will offer an outdoor art gallery experience through the 2017 ArtScape Banner Project, reproducing selected work from local artists onto forty banners that will hang throughout the downtown area for a year. ArtScape will include a wide range of styles, media and subject matter, with both two-dimensional and three-dimensional work represented.
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Arthur Morgan School is a nonprofit boarding and day school in the Celo community near Burnsville, North Carolina. This school uses a different approach to learning, one that is based on Montessori and Quaker values such as simple living and consensual decision making. The result is a progressive farm school where students live, work, create and learn together.
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Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, in Asheville, North Carolina, will present two exhibits featuring the work of artists from Black Mountain College. The first exhibit highlights twentieth-century painters. The second exhibit exemplifies the independence and interdisciplinary qualities for which the school is famous.
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24004
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AsheVillage Institute is a nonprofit that helps people reconnect with nature by building knowledge and skills about growing food sustainably and taking care of the environment.
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23986
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The author presents things to do in downtown Asheville once the sun goes down, such as Pritchard Park. The author focuses mostly on the best areas to take photographs of late-night activities in downtown.