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Hike through history at our Appalachian Village, made up of over 20 historic log structures, each home to various artifacts representative of life in the mountains. Our sprawling outdoor museum features a half-mile walking trail and offers ample space to social distance. Put on your walking shoes and come for a visit!
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We rely on folks just like you for support of our education and preservation efforts. It’s through the generous gifts of our members and donors that Foxfire has maintained its mission for over 50 years! Thanks to our extended Foxfire family, we have supported local youth through our student enrichment programs, preserved Southern Appalachian culture with community-based cultural preservation projects, and maintained our 106-acre museum and heritage center for the public to enjoy. Now you can join these efforts and more by donating to Foxfire, becoming a member, or both!
Journal & Recent News
Our small corner of Northeast Georgia has surprisingly been the filming site of several movies, as far back as the 1950s. In this month's episode, we feature oral histories from local folk who have dealt with the movie industry--from loading train cars in "The Great...
As our Foxfire fellows gear up for a unique summer of socially distanced oral histories, we've encouraged them to investigate how the coronavirus is impacting Appalachia. In this third part, new Foxfire Fellow Zain Harding interviews local business owner Holly...
As our Foxfire fellows gear up for a unique summer of socially distanced oral histories, we've encouraged them to investigate how the coronavirus is impacting Appalachia. In this second publication, Fellow Mario Trujillo shares his own personal experiences during...