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Dog House

AT HOME: So what’s new, right? Lots of stuff…really


ForestHer program taps potential of WNC’s women landowners

DuPont Forest waterfalls celebrate 20 years of protection


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Buncombe County Public Libraries are developing a long term master plan, and they want to hear from you to make sure they include things that are important to the community. Fill out their survey here before Mon., Nov. 16

Also:  Virtual Library and  Library Services For Children




bd petsDogs have been constant companions to many during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Ellen Furlong in THE CONVERSATION

Your dog’s nose knows no bounds – and neither does its love for you

I have discovered one positive amid the pandemic: I love working with two dogs at my feet.

As someone who studies dog cognition, I often wonder: What is Charlie learning when he stops to sniff the crisp fall air? What is Cleo thinking when she stares at me while I write? Are my dogs happy?

I’m not alone in finding myself suddenly spending more time with my pups and contemplating what’s on their minds. More people in the U.S. are working from home now than are working in the workplace, and many now share home offices with their canine companions. What’s more, many are finding their lives enriched with the addition of a new pet, as people started adopting dogs at massive rates during the pandemic. CLICK FOR MORE




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