Land Trust to hold fall celebrationWritten by Admin
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The Land Trust for Little Tennessee will hold its annual Fall Celebration from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 13 at the Mission Farm in the Hiawassee Basin.
The day includes live music, activities for kids, a hayride, a nature walk, native and mountain cultural demonstrations, and the annual conservation award presentation. All activities are free for the entire family, including a delicious cool-weather meal of cornbread, chili and dessert.
The Mission Farm lies on the Hiwassee River in Cherokee County and is accessible off of U.S. 64, 0.6 miles west of the Clay County line. Macon County residents can reach the farm by traveling west on U.S. 64 through Hayesville.