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Owners of The Compleat Naturalist, Laura and Hal Mahan, discuss the seasonal cycles of animals, insects, and plants, specifically the monarch butterfly.
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26920
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Casting Carolinas is a nonprofit organization in Western North Carolina that was formed in January of 2015. The goal of Casting Carolinas is to integrate cancer education, support groups, and holistic recovery with therapeutic fly-fishing instruction.
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36579
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A house restored to its former glory has been home in many ways since its construction by Peter Demens, co-founder of St. Petersburg, Florida. Illustrations of its illustrious history: stop-off in the social scene of the 1890s and 1910s; site for the Ida Jolly Crawley Museum of Art and Archaeology, Asheville’s first public museum.
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In a mass produced world, handmade products alone may be a rare sight to behold, but Tunc Togar takes a fulfilling customer experience a step further. In addition to homemade rugs, customers can make a tangible connection to his native country’s culture through the taste of Turkish coffee and the sight of a loom found in a Turkish village.
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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.