I'm sure many of you already know a thing or two about high tunnels, but I had no idea what exactly a high tunnel was before interning at Grow Appalachia.
This week at Mujeres Unidas, several participants showed up for a bit of a discussion facilitated by Gina Noe of the Madison County extension office. The discussion was based around
Growing Warriors has an innovative, exciting project in the works, that's finally taking off thanks to the hard work of the ladies in the Grow Appalachia office. The Warrior Wagon
It's hot. We've all noticed it this week. It's been difficult to work in the sun for too long before the prospects of air conditioning or swimming win over weeding.
This week at Mujeres Unidas, heads and heads of garlic were harvested, and several tomato plants were pruned, everyone anxiously awaiting the day when sweet, juicy, plump red goodness will
In case you haven't already read the newsletter that was sent out today... John Paul DeJoria, the man behind the funds for Grow Appalachia, visited Kentucky yesterday. Several members of
A fantastic time was had by all last night at St. Thomas Lutheran Church! The church's air conditioning system recently went out; requiring a hefty amount of money to repair.
Last Thursday afternoon, David Cooke, Mark Walden, Mike Lewis, and I had the opportunity tour a great facility that has recently been established in Harlan County, Kentucky. The Appalachian ChalleNGe
Saturday we were planting at the new Growing Warriors garden on the Bluegrass Community and Technical College (BCTC) Leestown Campus - in our section of Peacemeal Gardens. It is a