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When the Toxaway River was damned in 1903, it gave rise to a beautiful lake and luxury resort that brought in many tourists.
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23788
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Family farms are becoming more popular. One example of this return to traditional ways of life is Joe Deal, who gave up his post-collegiate job to become a full-time third-generation farmer in Franklin County, North Carolina.
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23786
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Keith Snow is a chef in Tryon, North Carolina who pushes for the use of local produce and seasonal foods in cooking.
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23785
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The Tour de Tuck, or Tuckasegee River Bike Challenge, is a grueling race that contains mostly uphill battles for cyclists.
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23787
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As a result of Western North Carolina's growth, river water quality is declining. The main issue if sedimentation from construction
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23784
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Ron and Susanne Joyner give rare and all-but-forgotten apple trees a chance to thrive by collecting, propagating, and selling heirloom apple trees.
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