Cataloochee, Echoes, and Elk

Course Dates: 
Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 5, 12, 2011
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Wilma Durpo
Course Catalogs: 
2011 Fall

Through PowerPoint presentations, the historical life of Cataloochee Valley will be examined. Homesteading, stories, elk and their re-introduction into the valley will be covered. One of the last two classes will be a five to six hour field trip to the valley to visit the houses and hopefully hear the elk bugle during the rut, their mating season.

Wilma Durpo’s ( passion for nature and the Smoky Mountains National Park, especially Cataloochee Valley and the re-introduction of elk, is evident in her study, photography and exploration of the area.