A new book by Bill Best published by the Ohio University Press. The book is a result of a lifetime of experiences, six years of work, thousands of miles of travel to visit seed savers, and hundreds of hours of time. It was recently reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly. Signed copies can be purchased for $25.50. Price includes first class shipping. For information on other books Best has written, contact him at email@example.com
Books We Like:
IN PRAISE OF TOMATOES -- This book, by noted food author, Ronni Lundy, celebrates heirloom tomatoes and their many uses.
CORNBREAD NATION 3 -- Edited by Ronni Lundy, this book contains forty-six stories, essays, articles and poems about foods of the Southern Appalachians and places where Mountaineers have migrated and taken their foods with them.
Links We Like:
theidlemind David Best, member of the Kentucky Artist and Craftsman Guild, crafts ball point and fountain pens, among many other beautiful and unique items. Many of the wood crafts he creates are made from our kiln dried lumber.
Kentuckyliveedge Drew Gahafer creates one-of-a kind artistic tables, tabletops, desks and benches using live edge lumber -- some of it from our kiln dried cherry boards.
Goose Hill Downs, a country bed and breakfast an easy walk from the Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center.
Click HERE to watch the KENTUCKY LIFE feature video about Bill Best, Heirloom Seeds, and the Seed Savers Convention at the Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center. Fast forward to the fifteen minute mark if you want to skip the part about Kentucky Mussels.....