The project, which will produce photo-maps of unmatched detail, is part of the state’s 911 emergency-readiness program. “You will be able to make out individual branches on the trees,” said N.C. forester Andrew D. Bailey. In addition to helping emergency response, the imagery will also be used by other state and local agencies, including conservation agencies such as the state Forest Service and local parks and recreation offices.
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PT Regional Director-Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas is hiring a PT-Regional Director for their Asheville location. This position is responsible for the…
Peaceful Way Massage & Reiki
Gary & Deb Lloyd - New Convenient Location! Customized therapeutic massage. Reiki sessions and trainings. Limited time special - 20%…
Needed Direct Support Professional
Employee needed to work on the floor in group home for adults with developmental challenges. Contact us at 299-3636. Thanks
Licensed Acupuncturists and Others
I am opening the Asheville Veteran’s Acupuncture Community Clinic – AWB Supporting Clinic. The clinic will offer FREE acupuncture to…
Child/Adolescent Mental Health positions in Jackson, Haywood, Macon & Swain Counties
Jackson County: Licensed/Provisional Therapists to provide Outpatient Services and Intensive In-Home Therapist to serve 2 counties. Haywood County: Intensive In-Home…