Archive | November, 2012

Healthy Food, Local Farms Conference

{I had an amazing time attending the Healthy Food, Local Farms Conference in Louisville in October. This is one of the best things related to sustainability that happens in this state, so mark your calendars to attend next year on October 12th. I appreciate new SK contributor Nick Redmond weighing in with his perspective on […]

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On Newsstands Now: Good Life Ranch in Story Magazine

Have you guys checked out the amazing new Kentucky magazine, Story? It is stuffed with fascinating stories about Kentuckians, stunning photography, and a beautiful layout. Even better for farm and sustainability junkies like us, there is plenty to keep us happy in each issue! I was really excited to be able to contribute a piece […]

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Grassfed Burgers and Rock Walls: The Red River Rockhouse

{I am wildly excited to announce our newest contributor here at Sustainable Kentucky. Rachael Brugger is a resident of Lexington, a board member at Faith Feeds, Senior Web Editor for Hobby Farms, and Contributor to Urban Farm. Oh, and in her spare time she is a flautist with the March Madness Marching Band. You can […]

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Recipe: Quick Pickled Radishes

{Thanks to Lindsey Windland for contributing this awesome recipe and photography for refrigerated pickled radishes. A great way to use up the end-of-season bounty! Lindsey and Drew sell amazing handcrafted pastries at Berea Farmers Market. Like Clementine’s Bake Shop on Facebook today. } These small bites are surprisingly tasty and will be well-loved by adults […]

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Winter Vacation: Farm Style

{Have you ever wondered what your favorite farmer does when growing season is over? Do they take one big, long, glorious vacation—possibly somewhere in the Caribbean? Sustainable Kentucky contributor Alison Wiediger of Au Natural Farm lets us in on a little farming secret: winter vacation is—well—anything but!} So . . . what do farmers do in […]

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