Plant

Plant
Oct 2015
No Evil Foods is saving the world, one plant-based “sausage” at a time

Oct 2015
For decades, Boone was the capitol of North Carolina-made sauerkraut

Jul 2015
While remaining true to its past, the world-renowned Penland School of Crafts never stops exploring the reaches of contemporary art

Jul 2015
Whether or not they fight for the title in the WNC Battle of the Burger, these joints are worth a visit

Apr 2015
Bike parts maker Cane Creek Cycling Components keeps manufacturing on track in the mountains

Apr 2015
A new guide to area waterfalls and wildflowers

Mar 2015
For Asheville textile artist Barbara Zaretsky, ancient dying techniques enliven modern designs

Mar 2015
Safeguard wild lands & trails

Feb 2015
The newest blooms showcase sustainability at the Biltmore International Rose Trials

Dec 2014
Explore the healing power of plants through three pioneers in the field of herbal remedies

Dec 2014
Power up anywhere, anytime with these locally made energy bars

Oct 2014
Cherokee and Clay counties stand to attract wine lovers with a newly designated grape-growing region

Oct 2014
A crucial ingredient takes root in WNC

Jun 2014
Look but don’t touch the poisonous southern blue monkshood

May 2014
Meet 11 leaders in the quest to conserve WNC’s natural areas

Apr 2014
A local gardener and home cook team up to offer tips and recipes from a drinkable landscape

Mar 2014
Asheville designer Robert Nicholas re-envisions salvage materials as bold lighting

Mar 2014
William Barłram’s historic explorations and illustrations put mountain botany lovingly in focus

Mar 2014
Lift your spirits with a refreshing seasonal cocktail

Mar 2014
Bee City USA leads the way in protecting pollinators

Mar 2014
Proceeds from spring plant sales give back to the community

Aug 2013
Forager Alan Muskat leads a group into the woods to harvest the ingredients of a wild dinner

Jul 2013
True. We're biased. But we can't imagine a better place than the mountains to meet your local farmer, become a food entrepreneur, nosh on artisan eats, and savor a pint (or three).

Apr 2013
A new program offers an alternative education for tomorrows innovators

Apr 2013
Harboring troves of curiosities, such as dwarfed turtles and carnivorous plants, bogs are among the most imperiled habitats in the mountains. Today, conservationists are bringing these fascinating and rare ecosystems back from the brink in hopes of creating the first national wildlife refuge in Western North Carolina.

Mar 2013
Swan Creek vineyards entice with an herb festival

Mar 2013
A waterscape continues to bloom thanks to a lotus expert’s family

Mar 2013
Bill Whipple envisions Asheville with ample fruits and berries to feed us all

Mar 2013
A family of plant lovers keeps indigenous species thriving

Mar 2013
An outdoor skills program introduces women to fishing, archery, plant identification, and a heightened sense of confidence

Mar 2013
Take a spring break with four strolls flush with flora

Mar 2013
Lake Lure residents envision a greener future for a decommissioned historic bridge

Jan 2013
Make your way to the High Country for outdoor winter revelry

Oct 2012

Jun 2012
There are endless reasons we all fall for the mountains, but one enchants us above all others: This place feels like home in our hearts. Here, five writers share how their deep connections to these hills were forged with Sunday drives, old-time music, wildflower hikes, and through the discovery of inspiration and strength.

Jun 2012
Chef Jason Sellers of Plant dishes on vegan versatility and offers a fresh summer meal

May 2012
As the Asheville Art Museum celebrates its expansion, the curator reflects on select pieces in the permanent collection

Feb 2012
For esteemed sculptor Michael Sherrill, the best is yet to come

Feb 2012
The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine teaches the ways of nature’s remedies