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   The Folks listed in this section are not sponsors of this site and we make no monetary gain from them. These are simple links we feel furnish information or items that will be of use to our readers.

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With nearly 9 million copies in print, The Foxfire Book and its eleven companion volumes stand memorial to the people and the vanishing culture of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, brought to life for readers through the words of those who were born, lived their lives, and passed away there—words collected by high school students who wanted to be a part of their community and preserve their heritage.

Walton Feed

Walton Feed has been in business 54 years and has been providing dehydrated foods and supplies for immediate use and long term food storage for over 20 years.

Considered a leader in the market, Walton Feed has been instrumental in moving forward the technology of preserving dried foods to facilitate long storage life.

Traditional Tanners

These Guys have been brain tanning and teaching the art for 20 years.

We know what it takes to successfully tan a hide. We only sell educational resources and tools that we know will work, and work well. We'll also tell you of any shortcomings (everything has one), before you buy.

Lehman Hardware & Appliances

Store founded in 1955 to serve the local Amish and others without electricity. Source of many hard to find items.

Manataka American Indian Council

Non-profit society promoting American Indian history and culture. Stories, poems, weddings, news, events, forum, links.

National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service

Loaded with information on farming and gardening.

Missouri Department of Conservation

This is one of the best state run site we have come across. Contains many useful artcicles on crafts and animals

The Inquiry Net

This site is designed for boy scouts and scouting activites but also has a number of interesting articles

Beartracker’s Animal Tracks Den

The original online field guide to tracks and tracking – since 1997.

This site is intended to be a source of information about North American animals and their tracks.

R. Carlos Nakai

The music that accompanies your visit to our website comes from R. Carlos Nakai. If you enjoy the music please go and purchase something from his website.

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