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Asberry Farm – Almost Heaven

Bobby Hall believes he has discovered the secret to great soil. He found it gazing up towards the sky instead of looking at the ground beneath his feet. He realized that the trees in the […]

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Introducing the Two Nutrition Nuts

Kellie McKinney and Matthew Robinson are two West Virginia natives who have joined forces to inspire health and wellness around the tri-state area. They met at Marshall University and discovered they had a shared vision […]

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Let’s Cook Local: Canning 101

A canning basics class will be offered on Saturday, August 23rd at 2:00 pm. The class will be held at Creative Kitchens (1242 5th Ave Huntington, WV). Cost is $15 for the general public and $10 […]

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The Week That Was – Celebrating Tomatoes Edition

Last week was all about tomatoes! It started with Purple Cherokees from 4got-n-Tymes, continued with The Potager’s gorgeously curated heirloom tomato mixes, and ended with our Tomato Day Celebration. This celebration, a joint venture with […]

Yak Top Loin Steaks and Sauteed Yellow Squash

Yay for Yak!

I just had one of the best steaks of my life! Even better, my kids and husband agree. The steaks were so buttery soft that my 7-year-old did not need me to cut her meat […]

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How Sweet It Is!

When Gabe first met Rhonna he is not ashamed to admit that it was her mini-skirted legs that caught his attention. That was back in 1969 and they just celebrated their 41st anniversary this week, […]

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Forgot N Tymes Farm

The Sexton family calls 53 acres of rolling hills in Lawrence County, Kentucky their home. Mark and Dawn, along with teen daughters Jamie and Hannah, launched a dream in 2007 when they acquired the land […]

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Killer Bee Man

Visiting an apiary is fun if you are with Paul Carbonneau of Killer Bees. He eliminated the fear factor of being stung by suiting us up with a long sleeved jacket and hood with face screen. […]

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Respecting the Past, Marketing for Today

This blog originally was published July 17, 2012 after a visit to the farm for WVFarm2u, a statewide organization that encourages local farmers, farm markets and restaurants. It is with great pleasure I get to […]

Old Indian Farm

Old Indian Farm

When Phil Lucas was in the service his family moved from western Kentucky to Florida while he was in the service.  When he returned he lived there a while but never enjoyed it so he […]