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Several months back, Foxfire staff members met with Dr. Trey Adcock (Cherokee Nation) and Gilliam Jackson (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians) to learn about their work in the Snowbi...

We are carrying on the conversation around craft and community this month, as we sit down with quilter Zak Foster at the Foxfire Museum. 

We are continuing are exploration of weaving in the southern mountains with this look back at what the craft looked like during the first half of the twentieth century. In the 1970...

Host Kami Ahrens and Foxfire weaver Sharon Grist take a field trip to the John C. Campbell Folk School to meet with Allie Dudley, the school's new resident artist and a flourishing...

We are kicking off Season 4 of It Still Lives with an interview from with art lover, gardener, and author Mignon Durham to talk about her passion project Devotion and how it helped...

While we work on bringing you more great content in season 4, we are taking a look back at this fun episode from season 2 that's all about movies filmed in Rabun County, Georgia!

We are pulling more excerpts from A Foxfire Christmas, and taking a look at handmade decorations, holiday foods, and other special traditions here in the mountains. Take a listen t...

As we approach the end of fall, we're looking at ways to preserve the year's harvest for the winter. We sit down with stories from Andy & Bashey Webb, Granny Gibson*, Mrs. Algi...

Back in April, host Kami Ahrens was joined by Blue Ridge Public Radio reporter Lilly Knoepp on an interview with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian's first published author, Annet...

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