Foxfire Films: Milissa Ellison Dewey

Foxfire Films: Milissa Ellison Dewey

As part of our efforts to enhance Foxfire’s connection to the public, We have been working with filmmaker Danielle McClennan on creating short documentary videos for the museum and its related...
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Medicine, Mules, & Moonshine Stills

Medicine, Mules, & Moonshine Stills

What a week! What a rewarding, enriching, and fun-filled week! Foxfire has been alive with so much activity, I can hardly focus my memory to catch it all. This marked the first week of Summer...
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Summer Interns: Ellen Boggs

Summer Interns: Ellen Boggs

School’s out, the days are getting warmer, and the coming weeks on the The Land are gearing up to be very productive. A large part of our summer goals revolve around enhancements to the...
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Notes from The Land

Notes from The Land

In her note at the front of The Foxfire Book of Simple Living, our past executive director Ann Moore writes from the porch of the Moore House in the midst of Living History Days (now Foxfire...
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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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