Many thanks to Asheville Bee City USA for holding part of their Pollination Celebration on Hominy Creek Greenway! More here.
Welcome to the online hub for those who appreciate the Hominy Creek Greenway. The Friends of Hominy Creek Greenway (FOHCG) is a non-profit group committed to the preservation of the Hominy Creek Greenway. We have worked since 2010 with the City of Asheville and local residents in accordance with our mission statement. The Friends of Hominy Creek Greenway (FOHCG) works with the […]
How do I find the Hominy Creek Greenway? The Hominy Creek Greenway is in the heart of “walkable” West Asheville. There are two greenway trailheads that connect Sand Hill Road to Shelburne Road. The trail parallels Hominy Creek and runs through a secluded fourteen-acre tract of forest. Where can I park? There are two public parking […]
Quick update on the areas being mechanically cleared. Asheville GreenWorks is currently removing overgrown invasive plants to save our precious trees and create a wonderful place to relax. Currently being removed: privet, bittersweet, honeysuckle and the devil himself… multiflora rose. Once these specific plants are removed, we will seed with native grasses and will continue […]
Published on May 22, 2014 Volunteers working to expand a greenway for runners, walkers and dogs on leashes are moving forward with work on 14 acres along Hominy Creek.