Located at 169 Charlotte Street in Asheville, Metro Wines is on the way to The Grove Park Inn, just down the street from Gan Shan Station, City Bakery and The Chop Shop. And there is plenty of free, close and easy parking!
The MISSION of THE BLOCK off Biltmore, to be a place for people to converge in order to build community and inclusive friendships between diverse movements, where social justice issues are discussed, actions formulated, and deep,
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Bounty & Soul is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a health and wellness movement in underserved communities in Buncombe and McDowell Counties. Our fresh, free food markets provide healthy, fresh produce and whole grains along with nutrition education and health and wellness resources for children, families, individuals, and seniors who struggle with food insecurity and poor health. We offer our services at five weekly markets.
Local Food Guide published by the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project
ASAP helps create and expand local food markets that will preserve our agricultural heritage, give everyone access to fresh, healthy food, and keep our farmers farming. Our mission is to collaboratively create and expand regional community based and integrated food systems that are locally owned and controlled, environmentally sound, economically viable, and health-promoting. 828-236.1282 WNC Region Click here for the Local Food Guide
In the River Arts District in Asheville at 5 Foundy Street (next to the Wedge) and at 2350 Hendersonville Rd. of Arden, NC, 28704
12 Bones Smokehouse is casual and laid-back, serving up a tasty lunch/early dinner with take-out service available 4pm-6pm at the Hendersonville location. We serve a wide range of smoked meats as well as seafood, vegetarian items and great sides. Catering – call 606-1395
ASAP’s mission is to help local farms thrive, link farmers to markets and supporters, and build healthy communities through connections to local food.
Our vision is one of strong farms, thriving local food economies, and healthy communities where farming is valued as central to our heritage and our future.
My vision for Pick and Preserve started many years ago and came to fruition when my partner, Andrew, bought his farm, Ashe’ Spring. We live together on the farm and are in the process of creating a homesteading environment.
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