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Young Farmers: River Run Farm and Pottery

{This is the fourth farm in the Young Farmers interview series.} The bi-vocational farmer is the rule rather than the exception. Nearly every farmer I feature on this site is working another career or multiple odd jobs to make ends meet on the farm. Many people find this disappointing—it shatters the romantic illusion of daily life […]

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Interview: Rachael Brugger of Faith Feeds

Rachael Brugger is a volunteer and board member with Faith Feeds, a gleaning organization that seeks to alleviate hunger in the Bluegrass through the provision of fresh fruits and vegetables. She moved to Kentucky in 2009 to work as senior associate web editor for Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home magazines, and on weekends, she moonlights […]

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Interview: Paul and Alison Wiediger of Au Naturel Farm

Pioneers. Visionaries. Farmers. Paul and Alison Wiediger of Edmonson County are each of these things. They both started farming organically after reading Rachel Carson’s landmark work Silent Spring in 1974. Since that time, the Wiedigers have been at the front lines of unconventional farming in Kentucky, paving the way for the group of rising young farmers […]

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Interview: David Domine, Kentucky Author & Foodie

In recent years, Louisville has rightfully earned a reputation as one of America’s greatest food cities. With a dizzying array of options, many of which operate on the farm-to-table model, it’s become a hotspot for foodies around the country and globe. Perhaps no one appreciates this more than one of the city’s leading food writers, […]

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Interview: Author & Farmwife Catherine Pond

Kentucky is home to so many interesting people. Often, these people have transplanted themselves from far-off exotic places (like New Hampshire). One such transplant I love is my friend Catherine Seiberling Pond. Catherine started an amazing blog called Grow Casey County, where she has written about the unique culture of one of Kentucky’s great counties. […]

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