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Energy Xchange

66 Energy Exchange Dr, Burnsville, NC 28714-5640
+1 828-675-5541
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I purchased native North Carolina perennial plants from helpful, knowledgeable greenhouse worker... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
Energy Exchange is an interesting site!

Energy Exchg is an interesting place where the gas from decaying garbage, etc. heats the... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2016
Sarah B
Little Switzerland, North Carolina, United States
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29 Apr 2017
12 Sep 2016
“Energy Exchange is an interesting site!”
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66 Energy Exchange Dr, Burnsville, NC 28714-5640
+1 828-675-5541
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Reviewed 29 April 2017

I purchased native North Carolina perennial plants from helpful, knowledgeable greenhouse worker. They were very hardy and easily survived the Winter.

Thank carlc733
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Energy Exchg is an interesting place where the gas from decaying garbage, etc. heats the greenhouses where plants are grown for sale or use by agencies planting flowers, etc.

Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 15 December 2015

This facility has recently been taken over by a local community college. They will build an observatory there, For now, it has been certified at the silver level as the Blue Ridge International Dark Sky Park. Eventually it will house a public telescope. I can...More

1  Thank John M
Reviewed 8 September 2015

Sign says they are open every day from 10-5 but there was no one there and most of the studios looked empty.

Thank frdallen
Reviewed 25 November 2013

Low key destination chock full of education potential and art connections and great views to boost. Whenever I had been there, I have been able to connect with artists in residence and it had been a wonderful experience to watch them while they were creating....More

2  Thank CecileWNC
Reviewed 8 July 2013

There are some really unusual pieces of art - not your typical pottery or glass. We went on a Saturday morning and only 2 of the artists were there. During the week might be a better choice, but some really lovely pieces at reasonable prices.

2  Thank MauraD100
Reviewed 3 April 2013

It's not easy to find this place, as locals don't recognize the name, but if you ask people where the old landfill is, you'll get great directions. Gigantic kilns and glass furnaces are powered by methane gas from the landfill. The buildings all have radiant...More

3  Thank susanw452
Reviewed 19 September 2012

What can you do with a landfill? Well, north of Asheville, they took a landfill and made it into a source of energy for several fine craftspeople. (No, you wouldn't know it was a landfill, as it's been planted with grass and trees--and there is...More

2  Thank KenCookie
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