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CYCLE TO FARM – JULY 18TH

We’ve grown accustomed to the phrase “farm to table” dining wherein a concerted effort is made to feature locally sourced foods served in local restaurants.  Its a way to support local farms as well as create a connection between diners and those who produce the food they enjoy.  Well, here’s …

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FRESH FRUIT AND VEGGIES!

Looking for a handy organic garden or place to shop for healthy produce, meat, eggs and household products? Check out the Roots and Fruits Market in Black Mountain in the heart of town just behind the post office down by the railroad tracks. Warren Wilson College graduate Kyle Nuccilli and …

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HAPPY TRAILS!

Something I often share with folks who tour Creston is that we have a wonderful group of property owners that take pride in their community. So many developments similar to Creston are left in disrepair and neglected after the initial push by the developer. Property owners simply don’t follow up …

John & Dianne Tingley

Moving In

Creston recently welcomed new homeowners to the mountain with the purchase of a home by John and Dianne Tingley.  John and Dianne …

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SALES ACTIVITY ON THE MOUNTAIN

The Asheville/Buncombe County real estate market is going very strong right now, but only in certain sectors of the market.  If you …

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THE LEAF FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

No, it isn’t “Leaf Season” as we’re accustomed in October, although the leaves on the trees are popping out in full force. …

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The North Carolina Arboretum

If you’re looking for something to do on one of these beautiful spring days, consider a visit to the North Carolina Arboretum. …

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On the Market: 14 Berry Lane

In the last few weeks a beautiful bungalow has come on the market here in Creston.  If you or someone you know …

Montreat Landcare Sale

Montreat Landcare

On Saturday, May 2nd, Montreat Landcare will host its annual “Native Plant Sale” on the campus of Montreat College adjacent to nearby Black …