In case you’ve missed it, here is the latest project we’ve been working on here at Sustainable Kentucky…. Wild Fest, Kentucky’s only festival dedicated to wild and fermented foods. The ...
When I first started Sustainable Kentucky nearly two years ago (!), my inbox immediately started filling up with questions from readers around the state. The most frequently asked questions were usually about farmers markets. I started interviewing market managers, sitting in on workshops and lectures, and generally making it my personal mission to learn as much […]
So much good and fun stuff going on around Kentucky in the coming weeks! September 7th – 8th: Kentucky State BBQ Festival at Constitution Square Historic Site in Danville September 7th: Art in the Vineyards at Cedar Creek Vineyards in Somerset September 14th – 15th: Permaculture in Practice workshop at Salamander Springs Farm in Berea September 21st – 22nd: Crave […]
It’s that time again… another field day with Community Farm Alliance and the Agricultural Legacy Initiative! Join us on Saturday for an amazing evening of networking with other farmers (as well as non-farmers like me!) and touring one of my favorite farms in Kentucky. I am even more excited than usual because this week’s event […]
Lots of good stuff going on in the coming weeks! July 15th: Community Farm Alliance Leadership Summit in Frankfort—make your voice heard on small farm issues for the upcoming legislative session! July 20th: Heirloom Tomato Fest at the Community Farmers Market in Bowling Green… one of the best (and most delicious) events of the year. See our […]
Hey folks—just a friendly reminder that the registration deadline for the Field to Fork Festival in Berea is June 24th. This two day festival takes place July 19th and 20th on Halcomb’s Knob Farm and features informative, in-depth workshops. You can read an attendee’s perspective on the blog Simple Living in a Complex World. I was […]