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GRAMMY-Award Winning Country Music Artist Featured on Outdoor Channel’s The Fowl Life with Chad Belding

By October 19, 2017Season 9, The Fowl Life

Zac Brown needs no introduction as a country-music mega star. His fans also know Zac is a foodie who loves to hunt and explore the outdoors. This week on The Fowl Life with Chad Belding, viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at Zac Brown’s Camp Southern Ground. The episode, Mr. Billy, airs exclusively on Outdoor Channel on Saturday, October 21 at 5:30 p.m. ET.

The Mission of Camp Southern Ground is to provide extraordinary experiences for children to recognize and magnify their unique inner gifts and recognize others in order to profoundly impact the world.

In the episode Zac explains: “I like to build things, and I like to build things knowing there’s a higher purpose for them.” The camp aims to transform the lives of kids providing a traditional summer camp experience for kids in need. “In one week you can completely change a kid’s perspective on the world.”

Joining Zac and host Chad Belding is Nashville recording artist Drake White. The episode features campfire performances by both Zac and Drake, in addition to world-class duck hunting in Prairie Wings, Arkansas.

“Guys like Zac and Drake have huge demands on their time so to be able to spend a couple days in camp with them is priceless,” Belding explained. “Walking around Camp Southern Ground with Zac and listenting to him speak so passionately about his vision for the camp and how his entire business is structured to support it is very humbling. I think fans will be blown away when they see this side of Zac Brown.”

Join Chad Belding on Saturday, October 21 at 5 p.m. ET on the Outdoor Channel Facebook page for a Facebook LIVE event at:

Follow Zac Brown @ZacBrownBand and Drake White @DrakeWhite for updates on their music and outdoor adventures.

For morning information on Camp Southern Ground please visit:

About Camp Southern Ground: Nestled on over 400 acres of rolling pastureland in Fayetteville, Georgia, Camp Southern Ground, a 501c3 non-profit organization, is the passion-project of GRAMMY Award winning artist Zac Brown. Inspired by his own experience as a camp counselor, Zac’s vision is to create a state-of-the-art facility that will serve children ages 7-17, from all socioeconomic backgrounds, races and religions, with programs of purpose involving superior nutrition, nature, music, arts, patriotism, and leadership. The mission of Camp Southern Ground to provide extraordinary experiences for children to recognize and magnify the unique gifts within themselves

and others in order to profoundly impact the world. More than the typical camp experience, at Camp

Southern Ground children and families will Live and Love What They Learn. During the nine weeks

of summer, Camp Southern Ground hosts campers for week-long residential camps. An inclusive camp, we will bring together typically developing children, children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), learning and attention issues such as ADHD, and Dyslexia, and social or emotional challenges. We also support and include children of military families as a vital part of the camper population.

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