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Interview: Author Angela Correll & Grounded

It’s been a while since we’ve interviewed a Kentucky author here on Sustainable Kentucky, but our friend Angela Correll is releasing a book this week, so it seemed like a perfect time to do one! Angela’s new book, Grounded, comes out tomorrow. The book is a fun Kentucky love story about a big city flight […]

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Interview: Heavenly Homestead Cheese

{SO excited to get to interview my friends at Heavenly Homestead Cheese. Mark your calendars—because they’ll be hanging out with us at the Kentucky Green Living Fair on March 30th sampling cheese and answering your questions about their awesome operation!} Cheese is a staple in most American diets, and it is relatively easy to make. Milk, […]

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Young Farmers: Jennings Hollow Farm

{This is the fifth farm in the Young Farmers series.} It would be quite possible to spend your entire life in Kentucky and for Wayne County to never cross your intellectual radar. Growing up in neighboring Pulaski County, I sometimes found myself in Wayne County, but didn’t give it any credit that was due. It’s […]

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Interview: The Weekly Juicery

{So excited that our awesome intern, Holly Godbey, has put together her first interview for us! We are so grateful to have her on our team while she works towards her degree at the University of Kentucky. Without her editorial help and morale boost, SK wouldn’t be nearly what it is today. To learn more […]

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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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