Tag Archives: Stanford

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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Now Hiring: The Bluebird Cafe in Stanford

I’ve got some cool news! My friends at the Bluebird are looking for a sous chef. If you live in Kentucky and are passionate about cooking great food using local, healthy ingredients, this is the job for you. I’ve heard that it is an amazing place to work and I know it is an amazing place to eat. While […]

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FRANKENFISH: Just Say No To GM Salmon

“Genetically modified” is a word we hear a lot in reference to vegetable production. Alison Wiediger of Au Naturel Farm gave us a primer on GMO foods here on the blog a few months back. To sum it up: scientists are “improving” our food supply by changing the genetics of the food that we eat. […]

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Kentucky Soaps & Such

On the surface, Stanford, Kentucky may look just like any other small town in the state. With a population of just under four thousand people, you really shouldn’t expect much in the way of luxuries—a few shops here, a restaurant there. Don’t let the size fool you, however, because Stanford has a lot more to […]

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Young Farmers: Sweetgrass Granola

{This is the first farm in my Young Farmers series. You may want to read the intro post if you missed it.} For many of us, sustainability has come about gradually in our personal lives. Slowly but surely, something awakened inside us, revealing to us how our choices (both personally and collectively as a culture) […]

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