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Olivette Riverside Community and Farm Supports Western Carolina

Olivette Riverside Community and is Western Carolina’s first and only agrihood community, thoughtfully built on 346 acres along the French Broad River near Asheville, Carolina.

    ASHEVILLE, NC, July 14, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Olivette Riverside Community and , an innovative -to-table living community, is working with area nonprofits to provide freshly grown, organic foods to area each month to help support them the .

Ongoing food supply concerns, skyrocketing unemployment, and having children home from school the have combined to put many who were already struggling with food security in an even more vulnerable position.

The Olivette Service Corps is a group of Olivette residents who are committed to being of service to individuals and who are in need of support. Olivette Service Corps member JoAnne Kalp is currently organizing bi-weekly community donations of food and provisions to Buncombe County school with children who might otherwise be missing meals because schools are closed due to the .

Olivette Riverside Community and features a year-round organic run by a full-time organic er just a few miles of Asheville, NC. They are Western Carolina’s first and only agrihood community, thoughtfully built on 346 acres along the French Broad River.

“Our er has been outstanding in his efforts to implement safe methods by wearing protective gear when handling harvested foods, and to work with local nonprofits to provide fresh, organic produce to area who need support most,” Olivette founding partner Allison Smith says.

About: -to-table living expert Allison Smith is a founding partner at Olivette Riverside Community and near Asheville, N.C. The region’s first “agrihood,” Olivette is built around a four-season organic and designed to connect people with nature, community, and their food. Olivette Riverside Community and recently won the National Association of Home Builders Best in American Living Award for Best Green Community. Learn more at www.olivettenc.com.

For more information visit the online press kit www.olivette.onlinepresskit247.com. To request an interview with Allison Smith or another Olivette expert, contact publicist Michelle Tennant Nicholson: Michelle@WasabiPublicity.com or 828-749-3200.

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