The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area has launched the Blue Ridge Craft Trails website. You can view the first 75 craft destinations across the 25 counties of Western North Carolina.
We’re proud to launch our new website, celebrating our living Appalachian traditions with a sleek, new look for our digital age.
Hayesville celebrates reopening of historic courthouse
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership is blazing a new trail to boost the regions craft industry across Western North Carolina...
Starting May 1, veteran writer Dale Neal is joining the staff of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area to serve as digital communications manager.
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership (BRNHA) is pleased to announce the award of 21 grants totaling $180,000 to help support projects across the North Carolina mountains and foothills.
Click here to learn more about the Appalachian Sustainable Agricultural Project's 2017 CSA Fair, Upcoming Hometown History Workshop, and partner activities and events.
Blue Ridge Forever, a coalition of the 10 land trusts in Western North Carolina, recently received an unprecedented allocation of $8 million…
As we prepare for the upcoming tourism season, the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership is populating our monthly events calendar on BlueRidgeHeritage.com, and we would like to include your main events that will be open to the public and welcoming to visitors.
Kathy Neall has joined the staff of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership as Finance and Administrative Manager.
As our region struggles with multiple wildfires, the National Forest Service has set up a Joint Information Center to keep the public informed of the status of the fires.