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Home of the Foxfire book series - the physical legacy built by high school students who took a real interest in their heritage while producing The Foxfire Magazine, an ongoing documentation of Southern Appalachia. Truly unique artifact collection in/around 20+ log cabins.
Visitors to the Foxfire Museum in Mountain City, GA, can imaginatively re-create the works and days of southern Appalachia in the 1800s.
The ABR orchestrates both the release and medical care for the black bear cubs with the cooperation from the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency (TWRA), the National Park Service and the University of Tennessee's School of Veterinary Science. The Appalachian Bear Rescue support, in-part, is provided by other non-profit organizations such as Friends of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Alcoa Foundation and other generous grants, sponsorship and private donations...read on....
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