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In honor of Veterans' Day on November 11th, we're listening to stories from servicemen and women. Featuring Harley Penland (WWI), Teenie Howell (WWII), Ben Purcell (Vietnam), and J...

As we approach the annual Foxfire Fall Festival, we take a look at historic traditions and community activities here in the mountains, from corn shuckings to baseball games. Featur...

We're revisiting music in Appalachia and taking a look back at banjo making in Appalachia, from its origins in West Africa to mountain musicians in the 1970s. Visit www.foxfire.org...

This month, we are taking the podcast on the trail as we explore the history and impact of William Bartram's travels through Southern Appalachia with Brent Martin, Executive Direct...

In 1981, the Foxfire students dedicated an entire issue of the Foxfire magazine to the topic of fishing, from types of fish in the mountains to equipment and, of course, big fish t...

We sat down with traveling artist and Appalachian-native Rosalie Haizlett to talk about her upcoming project Tiny Worlds of the Appalachian Mountains. Learn about how Rosalie explo...

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...

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