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Airborne bike rider

Three projects show how mountain biking is helping shape development and protect private lands from pavement in Appalachia.

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New Moth Named to Honor Cherokee

The Cherokeea attakullakulla now boasts a name of high distinction. A researcher first described the moth in the 1950s, but it was not until this summer that a team of scientists published a report recognizing it as an unidentified species

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Cherokee Tribe Works to Replenish Deer Population

By Kelsey Boyajian On the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation’s Qualla Boundary in western North Carolina, white-tailed deer are a rare species. The population was depleted in the late eighteenth century during the peak of the fur trade, but

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