Enjoy some Tex-Mex while supporting RiverLink
Join The Local Taco, 68 Lexington Avenue in downtown Asheville, on Monday, December 9, from 5 p.m. until closing to support RiverLink. Local Taco features an eclectic and unique menu that embraces the simple pleasures of Tex-Mex cuisine, the traditions and character of Southern food culture, and distinct flavors of the communities in which it resides. RiverLink will have an information table at Local Taco - see you there!
Click here for a Google map to The Local Taco.
COME HEAR ABOUT THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT ON AMBOY ROAD
Join RiverLink for a question and answer session about a proposed in-fill housing project on Amboy Road with developer Jay Fiano at 6 PM December 10 at RiverLink Warehouse Studios, 170 Lyman Street in the heart of the river arts district.
Several years ago RiverLink hosted two meetings with the neighborhood about this project that was stalled due to the economy.
RiverLink's FRENCH BROAD RIVER PADDLE TRAIL - FREE - NO RESERVATIONS PROTECTED WITH RECREATION & CONSERVATION EASEMENTS
- part of our FOREVER OPTION
French Broad Paddle Trail Interactive Map receives funding through the NC Trails Program
RiverLink is thrilled that it has received funding to develop an interactive online map of the French Broad River Paddle Trail. And is installing 25 permanent signs along the 117 miles of river describing flora, fauna, cultural and historical figures
Our new map will assist paddlers planning a trip along the 117 miles of the French Broad River, designating river access points, campsite locations, lodging opportunities, outfitters, shuttles and additional trail services and links.
CLICK HERE for more information.
If your business provides services to paddlers, anglers, and other various river adventures, and you would like to be represented on the map please Email the form below to: WaterResources@riverlink.org
Online Map Submittal Form