A Blue Ridge National Heritage Area grant supported the creation of a Cherokee winter house exhibit at the Nelson Heritage Park in Hayesville, NC.
Annual Meeting of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area at the Biltmore Lioncrest, 2007.
A Blue Ridge National Heritage Area grant supported the renovation and expansion of the Home of the Perfect Christmas Tree retail store in downtown Spruce Pine.
Partnerships are vital to the BRNHA mission of preservation, interpretation and development of our natural and cultural heritage assets.
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The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area works in close partnership with the National Park Service, which provides federal oversight of National Heritage Areas. The organization has also received support and/or funding from:
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area offers matching grants to provide and leverage funding for innovative projects focused on the region's agricultural, Cherokee, craft, music, and natural heritage. More on grants
Black Mountain Center for the Arts, Junior Appalachian Musicians, Inc. and Transylvania Youth Strings.
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