appalachian sustainable agriculture project
Six western North Carolina nonprofits are among 28 state organizations that will share $5.85 million in grants from the N.C. Community Development Initiative over the next three years aiming to spark economic growth and job creation in some of the state’s most distressed areas.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, the Blind Pig — a not-for-profit dinner club held in various "secret" locations around Asheville — hosted the Rising Sun dinner, a 12-course (13 if you count the pickles) Japanese meal prepared by chefs from the Admiral and Cucina 24. The event raised funds for the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project. Here's what the guests ate. (All photos inside by Justin Belleme, photo above by Mackensy Lunsford)
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