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Exciting Updates!

Long time… no post. Things have been so busy (in the best possible way) that I haven’t had a chance to update here as often as I would like. I update our Facebook page much more often, so if you aren’t following along there, you should! In case you were wondering about what’s up, I […]

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12 Last Minute Kentucky Foodie Gift Ideas

Yep, yep, yep… Christmas time is nearly here, if you can believe it! If you are like me, life often gets in the way and you find yourself scrambling to check everyone off your list at the last minute. Though I’ve been woefully neglectful of Sustainable Kentucky lately, I thought I’d offer you some super […]

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13 Questions to Ask Your Farmer

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 […]

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Butchering Goats: A Family Affair

There are so many aspects to learn about when it comes to raising your own food. Butchering is one that seems so far out of reach for many of us. In many ways, it is a lost art. My own grandmother wouldn’t have thought twice about going out to the chicken coop and killing a […]

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Last Chance—Register for Field to Fork Fest Today!

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 […]

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