Edible black gold, a black walnut’s story doesn’t begin until it hits the ground. They may be hard to get (and get at), but they’re easy to love.
Jamie and Sara Jane Davis are young now, but they plan to grow old working their land in the North Carolina foothills.
After the death of her husband, Frances Huber reinvented their farm, and her life.
High in Ashe County, Ron and Suzanne Joyner are bringing back hundreds of varieties of forgotten fruit.
As we watch the heartbreaking news from Eastern North Carolina, we are reminded that the places where we find peace and beauty can become destructive and deadly. Our hearts and prayers are with the residents in the places hardest hit by rising flood waters.
No place in North Carolina stirs the imagination quite like the Outer Banks. Remote, untamed, and mystifying, our state’s stretch of barrier islands is rich with lore that’s been preserved through generations.
Once a symbol of the mountain woods, black bears are now thriving — and eating well — on the Coastal Plain.
Colorful and graceful, this bird always amazes, no matter the season.
During the spookiest month of the year, these four new mysteries with North Carolina ties will give you chills that have nothing to do with dropping temperatures.