Form and Function in Storm-water BMP’s

Bobbie Kelsten’s adorable yellow bungalow sits in a neighborhood that was built during a drought.  At the time, no one knew that the neighborhood storm drain that lies directly behind

A Giving of Thanks

November is coming to an end: the cold is settling in, fireplaces are aglow, the leaves are on the ground and winter is just around the corner…it’s a busy time

Field Technician Position Now Closed

Sorry, but we are no longer accepting applications for the Natural Resources Field Technician job offering.  We’d like to say ‘Thanks’ to everyone who applied!   -Equinox Environmental

The Way of the Green

One fine fall evening around dusk about two years ago, I was cruising down Montford Avenue on my bicycle, helmet on head, headlights flashing.  All of a sudden, an oncoming


Oh chicken poop! I just recently acquired two laying hens and. . .so far so good!  The kids immediately took to them, with my daughter naming her chicken Lilly and

Stay Safe During Hunting Season

It’s that time of year again in western North Carolina, and with the changing leaves comes big game hunting season and the need to take extra safety measures when hiking

In Search of Smallmouth Bass

While the extreme drought of 2008 was not good for farming, lawns, or landscaping, it brought great opportunities to wade fish the big western North Carolina rivers for smallmouth bass,

Equinox’ Impact Map

Check out the new Equinox Impact Map to see where, how, and with whom we have been fulfilling our mission over the last decade. Many thanks to all of our