Tag Archives: Berea

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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Forest Retreats Mushroom Cultivation Workshop

I was honored to receive a very kind invitation recently from Tim Hensley and Jane Post to visit them at their beautiful farm just outside of Berea. Tim and Jane are organic gardeners, mushroom growers, and generally awesome people who host several workshops (called Forest Retreats) on their farm every year. I am a big […]

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Berea Farmers Market: Live Large! Live Local! Festival

I had an opportunity to visit the folks at Berea Farmers Market a few weeks ago for their Live Large! Live Local! festival. They had an amazing farm-to-table lunch that was out of this world. (Trust me, this line of work leads to eating a lot of farm-to-table meals, but this one was an incredible value […]

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Things to Do This Weekend

There are lots of good sustainability-related activities going on this weekend, so I thought I’d give you a heads-up so you can be making plans in advance. (Personally, there are so many that I still haven’t made up my mind on where I want to go!) Friday, September 14th Connecting Farm$ to Local Market$ workshop […]

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Field to Fork Festival 2012

I had the privilege of presenting a workshop to about 100 of Kentucky’s best and brightest students a few weekends ago at the Field to Fork Festival in Paint Lick, Kentucky. I taught seed bomb production to participants in the Governor’s Scholar program. We used red clay dug from my home and  mixture of native […]

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