Two downtown businesses held events last month to benefit the Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania County The Falls Landing held its annual St. Patrick’s Dinner on March 17th. A four-course dinner was served, with all proceeds going to the club. Theophilus held a spe
A very special thanks to John Wayne Hardison and High Country Tree Service for putting up and taking down the beautiful twinkling lights we’ve enjoyed for the last few months!! Check out their services here: HIGH COUNTRY TREE SERVICE
Thinking about opening a retail business, or curious to learn about which businesses may be more likely to succeed here in Brevard? Come to the final retail market study presentation by Tee Coker & Kristen Wyche of Arnett Muldrow on January 22, 2014 at the Brevard Conference Cen
Brevard’s white squirrel, whether found in Brevard or a neighboring community, typically has a white coat with dark eyes, a head patch, and a dorsal strip that broadens at the shoulder resembling a saddle. The head patch can be solid, horseshoe or doughnut shaped; it may resembl
The Study Area The study area consists of 35 Sectors centered on the County Courthouse (elevation 2,230 ft.) totally 2.96 Square Miles (1896.4 acres) following the original Brevard city limits. For those familiar with Brevard, the study area is bordered by Brevard Middle School on
The original self-guided tour was a collection of foam board posters displayed at the Transylvania Heritage Museum each Memorial Day weekend. A handout describing the posters resembled this document but lacked its detail and transitions. That was intentional so that observers could
A number of factors converged last year to impact the Annual Squirrel Count. The Director of the White Squirrel Research Institute developed a condition preventing him from participating and the administration of the Heart of Brevard changed hands several times requiring resources to
Relationship Between Eastern Gray Squirrel Abundance and Mast in Western North Carolina Robert R. Glesener Heart of Brevard Community volunteers from the city of Brevard, North Carolina have conducted an annual fall squirrel count for the past 15 years (1997-2011). Although the prim
Indirect Evidence for a Dominant Inheritance of Brevard, North Carolina’s White Squirrel Variant. Robert R. Glesener, Heart of Brevard. Abstract: From a pair released in 1951, Brevard, North Carolina’s white variants have increased to over 1,000 squirrels, currently making up 40.3%
Brevard, North Carolina’s Annual Squirrel Count Shows Gradual Increase of White Variant Over 15 Years. Robert R. Glesener. Heart of Brevard Abstract: The city of Brevard, North Carolina hosts an established colony of non-albino white squirrels with pigmented eyes, head patch, and do
Brevard’s white squirrels would seem to be doing well as preparations are being made for the eighth Annual White Squirrel Festival on Memorial Day weekend May 26th and 27th. Under the supervision of the Heart of Brevard, community volunteers conducted the 15th Annual Brevard Squirrel
Rank Ordering of Sectors for 2009 by (1) % White, (2) White Squirrels/Acre, & (3) Total Squirrels/Acre The rankings below are intended to allow interested persons to identify areas within the city of Brevard where they are most likely to encounter white squirrels. Percentage by it
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Brevard’s white squirrels would seem to be doing well as preparations are being made for the Seventh Annual White Squirrel Festival on Memorial Day weekend. Under the supervision of the Heart of Brevard, community volunteers conducted the 14th Annual Brevard Squirrel Count this past F
Rank Ordering of Sectors for 2010 by (1) % White, (2) White Squirrels/Acre, & (3) Total Squirrels/Acre The rankings below are intended to allow interested persons to identify areas within the city of Brevard where they are most likely to encounter white squirrels. Percentage by