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Foodways

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Building Community at the Farmers Market

The Knott County Farmers Market is opening early this year! At the request of the... [Read More]

Written By Ali Hintz

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What’s Cooking at Agrilachia

Here’s what’s been cooking at Agrilachia this past month! Bread Making Class Corey Terry, our... [Read More]

Written By Ali Hintz

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Bring On Spring!

On my family farm, the frogs came early this year. Spring peepers and even bullfrogs started bellowing 2 weeks ago, a reassuring sound that spring-time... [Read More]

Written By Jason Brashear

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A Holiday Feast

After a summer of gardening and an autumn of preserving, the Hindman Settlement School’s Grow... [Read More]

Written By Ali Hintz

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Canning with Kids

On October 16th, the 6th and 7th grade classes from Leatherwood Elementary in Perry County, piloted... [Read More]

Written By Jason Brashear

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Growing Goodness for Families

Our Grow Appalachia participants grew over 20,000 lbs. of organic produce this year to feed... [Read More]

Written By Ali Hintz

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Another Successful Market Year!

The Knott County Farmers Market wrapped up this month after its most successful season yet.... [Read More]

Written By Ali Hintz

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From Hobby to Business

Hindman Settlement School’s Foodways Program is committed to supporting the development of a local food... [Read More]

Written By Corey Terry

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The Value of Generosity

When Executive Director Brent Hutchinson saw the impact and excitement of the Settlement’s Grow Appalachia... [Read More]

Written By Jason Brashear

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Sharing Cornbread Stories

Cornbread is a staple on many tables throughout the hills and hollers of central Appalachia,... [Read More]

Written By Jason Brashear

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Enjoying Some Dumplin’s & Dancin’!

On an unseasonably mild winter weekend, in this the early part of December, the bare,... [Read More]

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Not your Grandma’s Chicken, but Close

Listening to folks reminisce on food memories, often brings up stories of wringing chicken necks,... [Read More]

Written By Jason Brashear

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