Synopsis:

On this episode, Erick is migrating over to the Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge in search of some entertainment. To kick things off, Erick attends the 24th annual Sandhill Crane Festival in Birchwood, peering into not just the particulars of this prehistoric bird but also the civilizations that once called these same hills home. Complete with a visit over to the nearby Cherokee Removal Memorial Park, Erick wraps up the day reminded of how important it is to cherish customs and choose to learn from our past.

Surprised by how much fun there is to find after the first frost, Erick sets off to see the sights from an entirely different vantage point–an open air flight with an aerial photographer. From there, Erick swoops into the Sweetwater Valley Farms to sink his teeth into its sustainable production process, not to mention as many chunks of cheddar as he can manage!  

It’s an episode all about ways to weather this winter without getting bored. So, get ready to get bundled up and back out into all that Tennessee has to offer!

Watch "Festivals, Flights, and Family Farms" on TWRA.tv



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