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Appalachian State University students on Tuesday hosted a stand-in and march to show support of Eustace Conway's Turtle Island Preserve and its
ongoing efforts to overcome health and building code violations.
The preserve, located in eastern Watauga County, was ordered to close in fall 2012 after county officials issued health code violations and advised
Conway of building code violations at the site. It has hosted educational camps and workshops for the public since the 1980s.
A slew of articles from North Carolina publications have been written in the past six months since the preserve closed to the public, yet in the
past two months Conway’s plight has spread internationally with Conway featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and on Fox News, where
a former New Jersey supreme court judge analyzed Conway’s predicament.
“Front page, right there with the pope last Thursday,” Conway said a month ago, adding that personnel from a German publication visited the
preserve recently, too.
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