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Brother Wolf Donor to Match Up to $4,000 in Donations

Brother Wolf Donor to Match Up to $4,000 in Donations

Brother Wolf Donor to Match Up to $4,000 in Donations Now through Oct. 25, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue will be promoting “Tricks for Treats,” a matching gift challenge that will raise money to buy toys, treats, and food for Brother Wolf’s animals in conjunction with the Halloween season. Tricks for Treats is made possible by… Keep Reading

Boyea's photo fetches $1,000 in cancer benefit auction

Boyea’s photo fetches $1,000 in cancer benefit auction

Boyea’s photo fetches $1,000 in cancer benefit auction Jubilation!, a photo by Henri Boyea of Henri B. Photography, received a high bid of $1,000 at the first annual Butterfly Benefit in Denver last month. A radon mitigation business owner and local photographer, Boyea currently has work displayed at ArtMob Studios downtown and Appalachian Coffee Co.… Keep Reading

The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy Protects 139 Acres in Beaverdam Area

The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy Protects 139 Acres in Beaverdam Area

The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy Protects 139 Acres in Beaverdam Area The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy (SAHC) recently purchased 139 acres in the Beaverdam area of Haywood County, connecting the Town of Canton’s Rough Creek watershed property with conserved land previously protected by SAHC. The acquisition will permanently protect wildlife habitat, scenic views from public… Keep Reading

Fresh at Farmers Markets This Week

Fresh at Farmers Markets This Week

Fresh at Farmers Markets This Week Maybe you prefer a sweeter apple or something more tart. Maybe you know you’ve tasted the perfect apple before, but you can’t remember what it was called. How do you choose? Well, apart from asking the farmer’s advice (which is always a good first step), you might consider throwing… Keep Reading

Natural resources bolster Henderson County’s economy

Natural resources bolster Henderson County’s economy

Natural resources bolster Henderson County’s economy Outdoor pursuits have become a huge economic driver for communities large and small around the country. Henderson County and Western North Carolina draw people looking to get outdoors and experience mother nature at her best by hitting the trail for a day of biking or hiking on a greenway… Keep Reading

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