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Appalachian Spring 2015 Annual Membership Celebration Event

Thursday, May 21  |  6 to 8 pm

Farmhouse Gallery & Gardens, Unicoi, TN

Click HERE to purchase tickets now. Join the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy in celebrating 41 years of conservation in our community. 321 more words

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Last chance to purchase fresh CSA shares from Our Community Farm!

Sign up for Asheville’s first 52 week CSA! Second Spring Market Garden has a handful of shares remaining for their CSA this year.  Learn more about their vegetable offerings and share options at… 184 more words

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NPCA/Nature Valley Work Day

We hosted another successful volunteer workday in the Highlands of Roan, made possible by a generous grant from the National Parks Conservation Association and Nature Valley. 489 more words

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Meet the Farmers at Our Community Farm!

Matt Coffay and Casara Logan of Second Spring Market Garden are in the house! The greenhouse, that is.

We want to send a big welcome to these first vegetable producers in our new… 777 more words

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241 newly protected acres at Little Sandy Mush Bald

The view of Little Sandy Mush Bald, an iconic high elevation bald situated above rolling farms and coves, is prominent throughout the Sandy Mush community. Now, more of it has been permanently preserved for future generations. 277 more words

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"For Love of Beer and Mountains" partners care for Grassy Ridge

On a brisk fall morning in October, a boisterous group of SAHC and Highland Brewing Company staff (and guests) met at the corner of Roaring Creek Road and 19 East, eager and excited for the busy “For Love of Beer & Mountains” partnership work day ahead. 534 more words

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Year-round gardens growing in greenhouses

If you have ever visited a nursery or a commercial farm, you have probably seen large “hoop houses” stretching out sometimes as far as the eye can see. 334 more words

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