A handful of Asheville-based podcasts showcase the area’s chefs, farmers and food culture.
“My greater goal was to give people access. To help people communicate,” says Dee James. Listening to other people’s stories promotes empathy and connection, she explains, helping us to understand parts of ourselves.
Turner believes the agrihood — a community built around a working farm — is a model that will help preserve farmland in Western North Carolina.
Six poets and prose writers — Christine Hale, Luke Hankins, Mackenzie Kozak, Thoreau Lovell, Mark MacNamara and former North Carolina Poet Laureate Shelby Stephenson — will kick off the first event of what will continue as a quarterly series.