Appalachia

Cooking Appa-Latin: A Culinary Crossover

Cooking Appa-Latin: A Culinary Crossover

Last week the Foxfire Museum hosted Appa-Latin, which was an exploration of Latin American and Appalachian foodways. We made recipes which were a fusion of the two regions and spanned many different...
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Flintknapping

Flintknapping

Learn the essentials of flint knapping from Foxfire contact Jim Enloe. Classes include basic instruction on how to shape flint and other stones into useful tools such as knives, axe heads, spear...
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Appa-Latin Woodstove Pop Up

Appa-Latin Woodstove Pop Up

Mark your calendars for this fun pop-up demo on Thursday, July 22nd, at the Foxfire museum. We’ll be firing up the woodstove and exploring the culinary similarities between Appalachian and...
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It Still Lives: The SEED Series, Episode 0

It Still Lives: The SEED Series, Episode 0

As June comes to a close, this year’s Foxfire Fellows have returned to the property to put together the Spring/Summer edition of the Foxfire Magazine; however, they also have another goal in mind....
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Community Dye Day

Community Dye Day

Join us for a community dye day! Bring a plain white article that is 100% cotton such as a t-shirt, bandana, or tote bag. Drop it off in our indigo pot at the beginning of your self-guided tour....
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Flintknapping

Flintknapping

Learn the essentials of flint knapping from Foxfire contact Jim Enloe. Classes include basic instruction on how to shape flint and other stones into useful tools such as knives, axe heads, spear...
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