April 2017

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All the content from the April 2017 “Food & Farming: Staying Local” issue!

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From The Health Experts: Ugh! These Allergies!

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| By Mike Rogers and Bill Cheek of Nature’s Vitamins & Herbs | We have talked to many people who have moved to our beautiful mountains looking for that healthy “X” factor including clean air! Many soon realize after moving …

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“Color Me Goodwill” Fashion Show

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Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina has selected this year’s designers to participate in their “Color Me Goodwill” fashion show on Friday, April 28, at the Orange Peel in Asheville.

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Gardening and Farming as Soul Care: Profile of Cameron Kempson

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| By Rosalyn Wasserman | Cover photo and veggie photos next page by Cameron Kempson | Consider a different angle on earth-work from spiritual director and retreat leader Cameron Kempson, who muses, “It seems that we always focus on environmental …

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Dairy Queens: Cane Creek Creamery – A Highlight of ASAP’s Farm Tour

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| By Jen Nathan Orris | Growing up on a farm isn’t always idyllic, but the three women who run Cane Creek Creamery in Fletcher couldn’t imagine their childhood any other way. Sisters Mollie Hembree and Alma Nesbitt are cheese …

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Book Review: “The Indigo Journals (Spiritual Healing For Indigo Adults & other Feminine Souls)” by Yol Swan

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“One of the aims of this book is to help you embrace your spiritual feminine nature, which has been greatly distorted and wounded over the centuries, and to integrate the masculine qualities needed to shape a harmonious dynamic with yourself. …

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Book Review: “Carolina Belle” by Rose Senehi

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Belle McKenzie, the story’s protagonist, ruefully notes that people take apples for granted and little suspect their historic importance. Rose Senehi, in her Acknowledgments, admits that she lived in the midst of New York State’s apple industry for years knowing …

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The Joy of Healthy Living

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| By Dr. Jameel Audeh | Every society has depicted the image of health according to the prevailing ideals of beauty and strength. Diadumenos, a young male athlete form the Greek city of Delphi, was sculpted in marble by the …

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Tips From The Experts On How To Improve The Value Of Your Home For Now And Later

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| By Peggy Crowe | Perception is reality. Let that sink in. How you view your home isn’t what’s important for resale; the buyers’ perception is all that matters. To get some fresh ideas, I reached out to a number …

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Eliza Hill: From Flower Pots and Plastic Pans

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I can’t tell you how wonderful it’s been getting to know our featured artist, drummer Eliza Hill. She’s young and vibrant and positive, and simply a joy in conversation. Just as compelling is to watch her in action on stage! …

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Food For Thought: Guilty Pleasures – Healthier Ways to Satisfy Food Temptations!

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What are your guilty food pleasures? Of course it’s an individual thing, so write to me and together we might create a healthier recipe for your guilty pleasure foods. In the meantime, I will share a few solutions I have …

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Women Rock: How Mother and Daughter (Plus Father) Work Together to Run a Successful Local Farm

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| By Elizabeth Pavka, PhD, Wholistic Nutritionist | On a recent, early Saturday afternoon I’m sitting with Dawn Robertson and her 17-year-old daughter, Madison (Maddy), talking about their farm – East Fork Farm in Marshall, NC.

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10 Best Things about Franny’s Farm Camp: Where New Experiences Leave Lasting Memories

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Franny’s Farm Camp is an immersive experience where children can come into their own and have fun on a 33-acre, sustainable farm setting. Rising 2nd through 11th graders will interact with animals, eat from the garden, cook, journal and enjoy …

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Tapestry Eating Disorder Program Presents: Healing Through The Arts: Silent Auction & Reception

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| By Lisa Parham | And this is why…

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