Unique Places To Save Takes 50 Percent Ownership Stake in Orange County Farms, Retail Venues
Honeysuckle Tea House and Farm Hosts Anderson-Tasevski Wedding Reception
n its fifth anniversary year, big changes are coming for Chapel Hill-based non-profit Unique Places to Save.
UP2Save, a non-profit with an entrepreneurial approach to land conservation, agri-tourism, nature education, and community placemaking, has taken a 50 percent ownership stake in multiple Orange County ventures, including the Honeysuckle Tea House.
Unique Places To Save Wins Forrest Firm Social Impact Challenge
Wait, Smith Join Unique Places To Save Leadership Team
On October 6, a crowd of 75 guests gathered at Honeysuckle Farm in rural Orange County to celebrate the marriage of Cailin Anderson and Andreas Tasevski. The happy couple, their families, and friends enjoyed a ceremony in the verdant fields flanked with fall color and resplendent blueberry and elderberry plants, with the reception at the famed Honeysuckle Tea House.
Unique Places To Save to Hold Indigo Workshop Featuring Award-Winning Artist Caroline Harper
Unique Places To Save, an entrepreneurial non-profit focused on sustainable farming, land conservation, creative placemaking, and nature education, is pleased to announce the additions of Rebecca Wait and Ryan Smith to its leadership team.
Unique Places To Save Hosts Perennial Plant Association Luncheon, Tours
In addition to fields filled with blueberries and elderberries, as well as dozens of boxes in one of the area’s largest herb gardens, Honeysuckle Farm has also proven to be fertile ground for growing indigo, the ancient plant that produces stunning blue dye. On September 30, we are thrilled to have award-winning indigo expert Caroline Harper offer a workshop on the farm, teaching attendees all about indigo and how to dye with it.
Unique Places To Save, Honeysuckle Farm Host Woods Charter School
On Monday, July 30, Unique Places To Save welcomed members of the Perennial Plant Association (PPA) for a special day at Honeysuckle Farm and Keith Arboretum.
In July of 2018, the Unique Places To Save team hosted a group of school children from Woods Charter School.