March 16, 2018

Fahe Hosts Representatives from National and State USDA Offices

This week Fahe hosted a convening aimed to steer more rural families toward the path of homeownership. USDA staff facilitated a conversation with organizations from around […]
March 15, 2018

Fahe Hosts Groups Working to Create Greater impact for Rural Homeowners Around the Nation

On March 14-15, a group of organizations gathered at our Berea, KY, office to discuss strategies for propelling the USDA 502 Direct Packaging Program to greater […]
November 16, 2017

Fighting Drug Addiction in Appalachia One Class at a Time

Fahe congratulates our partner Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) on the graduation of its second class of students. The graduation ceremony on Wednesday, November 15, celebrated fifteen […]
October 10, 2017
Appalachia HEAT Squad

Appalachia HEAT Squad Home Repair Financing Can Combat Rising Energy Rates

As we stop to enjoy the leaves changing and fall in full swing, it’s difficult not to look ahead to winter and the potential of rising […]
August 10, 2017

Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol – Appalachian Travel Guide

Aptly, my final article in this travel series took me home again. I grew up in Bristol—on the Virginia side, which is very important to note […]
May 11, 2017

Region’s Rich Cultural Heritage Comes to Life at Museum of Appalachia

The peacocks are strutting, the goats are bleating, and the schoolchildren are touring. It’s a typical day at the Museum of Appalachia, where visitors can shop […]
March 17, 2017

An evening of Old Time Music at a stop on the Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail

I grew up very near the Carter Family Fold, at least by the way the crow flies. Because the road from where I grew up in […]
March 9, 2017

Leadership Development Key to Leading Central Appalachia through Economic Transition

It’s a Friday night but the work day hasn’t ended for a group of folks representing nonprofits and small businesses in Central Appalachia. They gather at […]
January 12, 2017

Fahe’s Appalachian Travel Guide hits the Grand Ole Opry

When I was in high school, I lived under an hour from Nashville. I visited pretty often back then (it was the 90s). Downtown wasn’t a […]
December 22, 2016

Easy Weatherization for Your Home

“I’m done with this cold weather!” That’s what I hear coworkers exclaim as they enter our office these frosty winter mornings. However sad it may be, […]
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