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Less than a hundred years ago, Asheville was filled with American chestnut trees. Today, few trees remain. One organization, the American Chestnut Foundation, seeks to change that by working to develop a tree that can survive blight and thrive in the area.
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Reading, Riding, Retrofit: NC Green Schools is a webpage that serves as an online roadmap for North Carolina schools that engage educators on the whole spectrum of what it means for a school to be more environmentally sustainable.
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The Dr. Wesley Grant, Sr. Southside Center in Asheville is a public, green facility for children and their families to use as a nurturing, community space. The Center boasts a gym, theater, and greenhouse.
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24112
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The author discusses the history of fire trucks in Asheville, from horse drawn apparatuses to the trucks we see today.
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Lake Eden Arts Festival celebrates its 35th year in operation with workshops, performances, exhibitions, and dancing.
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