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Mountain Challenge / Fit.Green.Happy. | Maryville, TN
At Maryville College exists a program called Mountain Challenge, that is supported by the ideology of Fit.Green.Happy. Here, they believe in the importance of being outdoors and how physical activity has an affect on a person’s life. And Mountain Challenge isn’t limited to only students, but it is open to corporate groups and other parties as well. Come with us for a trip to the campus of Maryville College for an adventure at Mountain Challenge. Producer / Editor: Jacob Carr Video: Jamie Peasem Jacob Haskew, and Jacob Carr
Crawford House was built as a residence in 1876. It now houses the College’s Mountain Challenge program and an impressive Alpine (climbing) Tower behind the house. Renovations completed in 2013 led to a LEED® Gold certification. It’s the oldest building in Tennessee to receive this designation.
Crawford House | Maryville, TN
Most building projects today include green considerations into their floor plans as environmental concerns continue to grow. But what if you want to bring a house built in the 1800s up to today's standard of living green? At Maryville College in east Tennessee, a group of environmentally conscious students and leaders found out that the hard work needed to embark on such a monumental task is well worth the trouble. Producer / Video / Editor: Craig Gray
Mountain Challenge 25th Anniversary
Maryville College's Mountain Challenge program celebrates its 25th anniversary at the historic Crawford House, newly LEED Gold certified, located on Maryville College campus. The Mountain Challenge outdoor program is one of the oldest and one of the leading programs of its kind in the South East.
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