Elise Lequire

Elise Lequire


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Elise LeQuire has taught French language and literature at the college level, ridden to hounds in Virginia and Tennessee, lived and worked in Paris and southern France, served as editor of a policy journal, and published non-fiction feature articles on science, technology, and the environment.

Elise was raised in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, where her father introduced her to nature observation through wildflower walks in the mountains and bird watching in the back yard. In recent years, she has published articles on endangered fish in Tennessee, the habits of the black bear, and air quality in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

On her small farm in Wildwood, Tennessee, she raises rare goats indigenous to Tennessee, known as fainting goats, or myotonics.