Welcome to the LocalWiki for Asheville! This is a collaborative, community-driven effort to share local info about the Asheville/Buncombe County area. We invite you to share what you know with our community and everywhere else. It is a guide written by US!
Learn more about how this LocalWiki started here. Want to learn how you can contribute to the Asheville/Buncombe LocalWiki? Anyone can edit this website. Just click Edit at the top of any page and jump in. Your contributions will help make the Asheville LocalWiki even more useful, holistic, and the true picture of this amazing place we live in. Can't find a page on something? Make one!
Participation and outreach for the Asheville LocalWiki is cultivated by they Asheville LocalWiki Working Group. If you have ideas or suggestions please feel free to add them to Wish we had a page like this for Asheville.
Asheville also serves as a hub for a lot of additional activity in the Western North Carolina (WNC) region. Feel free to contribute information about WNC to this wiki also.
Asheville is a city in and the county seat of Buncombe County, North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 238,318. The official Asheville metropolitan area is comprised of Buncombe County and three of it's surrounding Counties, Haywood County (East), Madison County (North), and Transylvania County (South). However, as the majority of Western North Carolina (WNC) is rural, Buncombe County, and specifically Asheville, functions as an economic hub for many neighboring or close-by counties. Go here to learn more about other WNC counties.
See the information below for category pages to help you start learning about what's going on in Asheville and Buncombe County:
Food & Drink
Food Policy Council
Health & Wellness
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