For photographer Dylan Lytle, capturing the drama embedded within the Wild Places lies at the heart of his art.
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Highlands Festivals, Inc. announces 50-acre Winfield Farm as site for Bear Shadow ‘Base Camp’ main stage location to enhance fan experience. Maximum capacity remains 1,000 guests per day, with viewing areas now available in 4-, 6- and 8-person configurations
An army of dedicated organizations and individuals are working to ensure that Covid-19 vaccinations are delivered to the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau in a fair, timely fashion.
The International Friendship Center in Highlands, North Carolina, announces Marty Rosenfield’s retirement as the Director of the Highlands Food Pantry.
Nantahala Health Foundation announces its Lifecycle Approach to Building a Healthy Community
The Highlands Cashiers Health Foundation (HCHF) continues to sponsor local COVID-19 testing initiatives on the plateau.
The people who’ve assembled this list have lived on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau for decades, some their entire lives.
Since their earliest days the twin communities of Cashiers and Highlands have offered getaways for those looking to kindle (and rekindle) Love.
“Chocolate says ‘I love you’ so much better than Words.” That’s poet Ann Hannum and, obviously, we don’t need to say any more.
Perhaps you’ve conjured the scene of a romantic picnic amidst the natural splendor of the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau.