Also, The Hop on Merrimon reopens today after a significant renovation, and more.
The series focuses on women who are working together to protect their families and communities from the impacts of climate change.
Summer Rayne Oakes will sign copies of her new cookbook, SugarDetoxMe, at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Malaprop's in downtown Asheville.
More of what’s going around: -The owners Belly Up Truck food truck have announced that they’re planning to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 507 Haywood Road in West Asheville. It will be called Haywood Common. ...
The project is collaborating with the Audubon Society to tell a story of climate change through the impact seen on the tiny wood thrush.
The project collected dozens of stories showing local impacts and adaptations regarding climate change in the mountains of North Carolina.
The study by a UNC Chapel Hill hydrologist says tressed watersheds at lower elevations will be less able to provide high-quality drinking water as the climate changes.
The project, dubbed The Well, aims to build on existing Asheville assets in the climate field, not the least of which is the National Climatic Data Center.