Sign up for food from the farm

Celebrate CSA Month by lining up your source for fresh fruits and vegetables this growing season, with a CSA Fair planned for 4-5:30 p.m. Friday, March 8, at the YWCA of Asheville. 

SNAP customers to have more choices at WNC farmers markets

Over the next three years, 40 sites across Western North Carolina are expected to be part of the WNC Double SNAP Network, which expands the ability of people receiving assistance from the federal SNAP program to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from farmers markets. 

Sponsored: 5 Ways to Eat More Veggies

Question:  I’m really good about eating vegetables in the summer when more of them are in season locally and when I have my own garden, but in the winter I know I fall short.

Sponsored: Fueling for Trips

Whether you’re going for a short or long hike or on a day or multi-day road trip; planning on taking snacks with you can save money and also make it easier to fuel yourself and your family when you might not be close to your local Ingles store. 

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