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Kanuga Receives Conservation Grant To Restore Wetlands Habitat
Kanuga’s wetlands are home to an ecosystem containing sensitive flora and fauna, in particular the federally threatened Southern bog turtle, the federally endangered mountain sweet pitcher plant, and the state threatened sheep laurel. We are pleased to have received a grant which will be used to restore two acres of Southern Appalachian mountain bog along...
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Remembering Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold
Kanuga was saddened to hear of the death of The Episcopal Church’s 25th presiding bishop, Frank Griswold. “Bishop Griswold supported Kanuga throughout his ministry and was directly involved in our last capital campaign,” said Kanuga President and CEO Michael Sullivan. “Indeed, his leadership embodied the servant leadership we all aspire to as followers of Christ....
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Kanuga Welcomes 2023 with Full Slate of Events
With a full calendar of conferences, camps, retreats, gatherings, musical performances, guest period, and more, Kanuga’s 2023 calendar offers many opportunities to connect with each other, nature, and the Creator. Kanuga’s programming is back up and running after several years of pandemic recovery. “We have focused on rebuilding based not on what was necessarily done...
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Celebrating 30 Years with Jimmy Haden
Jimmy Haden has been employed at Kanuga for 30 years as of today! Very few people reach such a milestone in the life of any organization; we celebrate and congratulate him on this extraordinary achievement. As his mother has said to many of us, they “dropped him off for camp and he never left!” Jimmy...
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