Greenhouse Tour ~ Plants are Blooming!

hey friends welcome it to the weekly update here from the nursery Creekside nursery that is in Dallas North Carolina alright so we’re gonna stay in greenhouse number one today with the nursery tour because there are some flowers in here and we are super excited to show them to you and also we want […]

Andrew Reichman – Local Egg Farming Impact

We try to be good neighbors to everybody. We’re probably buying eighty-five percent of our corn needs from local farmers, and when I say local, within a fifty, sixty mile radius. We have accounts at all the hardware stores, where you go through all the auto part companies, we provide employment for seven days a […]

Hidden Falls Meadow of Pisgah National Forest, 126 Acres For Sale

This 126-acre mountain farm tract is nestled in the National Forests of Western North Carolina, just 30 minutes from the town of Brevard. Located in the Balsam Grove area, the unrestricted land was once an Appalachian homestead along Bracken Creek and the old family home still stands near the fishing pond. Nearly half a mile […]

All in The Family: A life well farmed

My father basically started the farm in 1972/73. He had an off farm employment then he gradually growed it bigger, big enough that he could quit his old off farm job. We ain’t got rich by no means. I’ve put every penny we had back into the farm through the years but we own some […]

North Carolina Hog Farms Spray Manure Around Black Communities; Residents Fight Back

AMY GOODMAN: This is Democracy Now!, democracynow.org, The War and Peace Report. We’re broadcasting today from Tampa, Florida, from Tampa PBS, WEDU. I’m Amy Goodman. We close today’s show with a look at the battle between residents of eastern North Carolina and one of the state’s largest industries: hog farms. Last week, the North Carolina […]

Mitchell’s Nursery and Greenhouse in King | North Carolina Weekend | UNC-TV

[bells jingling] – [Man] Mitchell’s Nursery and Greenhouse in King is open year-round with an impressive assortment of plants and trees. But if you visit the greenhouses in the holiday season, you might have the same reaction as Pamela from Ft. Lauderdale. – Wow! – [Interviewer] There you go. So you haven’t seen a lot […]

Lost Buildings of Somerset: Mary Collins’ Greenhouse

Welcome back to Somerset Place subscribers and viewers! Today we’re in the Owner’s Compound and we’ll be covering another lost building: Mary’s Greenhouse. The Greenhouse stood where I am standing today, at the northwest corner of the formal garden. Now the Greenhouse was under construction for a period of about four years. Why would a […]

The Seeds of Ghost Forests

EMILY BERNHARDT: A ghost forest is a very clever name for a kind of unfortunate new habitat type we’re seeing growing on the coast. It’s a place where you have a lot of dead trees. Large areas of contiguous forest that are just gone. RYAN EMANUEL: My emotional response is to mourn the loss of […]

North Carolina Farmhouse | Great Estates | Southern Living

I didn’t even know I had a mountain house dream. Now I’ve got something to work for. (upbeat music) Oh my god, okay so they moved a 200 year old cabin from a small Georgia town to the Blue Ridge mountains. It’s around 200 years old, 1,800 square feet, definitely not short on rustic charm. […]