ASHEVILLE, NC – ASAP or Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project, an organization that helps bring local food to the area in attempt to preserve the areas agricultural heritage hosts a number of events during the month of November.
On November 4th from 6pm to 9m come join in for a workshop of Chinese Herbs grown in WNC, held at AB Tech Enka-Candler campus from national expert Jean Giblett. November 6th from 2pm to 6pm at McDowell Community College participants will gather for an afternoon on poultry and rabbit production. Also on November 6th is a nursery walk at the Earth Haven Eco-village in Black Mountain from 9am to 6pm, where attendees have the opportunity to learn about native plants in the area, purchase plants on sale, and talk to experts in the field. Visit http://www.asapconnections.org for more information about events happening through ASAP and information about how you can get involved.