Considerations for Stormwater and Erosion Control We have all seen it, large rain storms causing water to move through a site and taking things with it.  Stormwater (water moving on

Chestnut Mountain Park Master Plan

Chestnut Mountain: Equinox Leading the Design of a 450-acre Nature Park in WNC.  Equinox was selected by the Town of Canton to lead the development of a nature-based outdoor recreation


“Like tiny seeds with potent power to push through tough ground and become mighty trees, we hold innate reserves of unimaginable strength. We are resilient.” ― Catherine DeVrye, The Gift

Willow Pond Construction Underway

Equinox was hired by the NC Arboretum to produce a master plan, design development documents, and construction documents for enhancing Willow Pond. The planning and design process included site analysis,

Equinox Welcomes Beth Bailey

We are pleased to share with you that Beth Bailey joined our team in the spring of 2019.  As a native of Asheville she understands the importance integrating responsible development

In Memory of Steve Melton

Dear Equinox Family and Friends, It is with heavy hearts that we share with you the news of the passing of Steve Melton, our co-owner and Vice President, who left

Life On The Edge

This article was originally published the Transylvania Times and is reprinted here with permission of the author – Owen Carson, Botanist at Equinox. Formed many millions of years ago, the

A High, Ancient Landscape

Equinox Leads the Development of a Vision for Public Lands Rich with Biodiversity, Elk, and Fly Squirrels The Waterrock Knob region of Western North Carolina hosts some of the rarest

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