CFAIA is proud to announce the birth of "The Pisgah Field School" for 2014! We'll be hitting the trails, waterfalls and even a few spots around town that make Transyvania County so unique. Plus we'll throw in some teachable moments, science and live animals to boot.
Waterfalls N' Wine, anyone...?
The Cradle To Grave race is on for May 17, 2014. Register now to reserve your spot!!
Summer Camp Update: Camp Muddy Sneakers, our collaboration with another local non-profit, Muddy Sneakers, is gearing up for another great season in 2014.We will have locations in Transylvania County, Mills River and Asheville and campers will spend their sun-filled days in Pisgah National Forest, DuPont State Forest and more. Register here!
Camping updates for Winter 2014:
* Davidson River has 3 loops open - one with 50 amp service. Hot showers - heated bathrooms.
* North Mills River has one loop open, no water, vault toilet, half price!
* Lake Winfield Scott in Georgia has one loop open with limited service.
* Brasstown Bald in Georgia remains open until winter weather hits. Please call 706-896-2556.
* Anna Ruby Falls in Georgia also remains open year round!
About the Cradle of Forestry in America Interpretive Association...
The Cradle of Forestry in America Interpretive Association (CFAIA), based out of Pisgah Forest, NC, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that strives to help the public better understand local ecology and the benefits of conservation through envrionmental education, visitor centers, campground nature programs. CFAIA's mission is to promote educational, recreational and interpretive opportunities about forest and water resources, natural history, and the Cradle of Forestry in America. The CFAIA works to support our mission of recreation and environmental education through campground and visitor center management, environmental education opportunities, the sale of forest-related gifts and educational materials and by providing support to the Cradle of Forestry Historic Site. The CFAIA has locations in NC, VA, GA, IN, AR, and OK.
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