A grand day

A grand day

Foxfire Heritage Day is in the books and it was a tremendous success! The weather mostly behaved itself, holding out until near the end of the event to release the downpour, and of the some 500...
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Foxfire Today Released!

Foxfire Today Released!

Last year, Joy Phillips, a Foxfire alumnus and language arts teacher at Rabun County Elementary School, and M’ryanne Peacock, a math and science teacher also at RCES, worked with gifted and...
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Foxfire Heritage Day Sneak Peek!

Foxfire Heritage Day Sneak Peek!

We are just about a week away from our Foxfire Heritage Day event and are busily running all over this mountain getting everything ready. Barry and Dave (aka Dexter, Handyman Extraordinaire) have...
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Planting by the signs

Planting by the signs

At the time when many of the crops planted in the spring were gathered in and preserved for the winter to come, our attention was turned to a phenomenon that had fascinated us for some time – that...
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University Honors: Foxfire Celebrated at UGA

University Honors: Foxfire Celebrated at UGA

In October of 2016, the University of Georgia honored The Foxfire Magazine Program by celebrating our 50th anniversary. The staff at the university created an outstanding display that was dedicated...
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Living Foxfire

Living Foxfire

Four months into my role as Foxfire’s executive director, I sit in this ever-increasingly-cluttered office, window open to one of the first true days of spring we’ve seen here on The Land....
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The Great Hook Test

The Great Hook Test

Every year the Foxfire class goes to the Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center to take the tour with Barry through the museum. It introduces new Foxfire students to the history behind what we do and...
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