USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program has missed 70% of Kentucky’s farmers and has been largely inaccessible for direct market, small-scale, and specialty crop producers and farmers of color.
This post was originally published on the Winding Road website found here. BY GRANT JOY The agrarian lifestyle is a big part of the culture in Morgan County. So much so that roughly 37% of the total acreage in the county is devoted toward agricultural use and the county is home to roughly 537 farms […]
This story was originally published on the Winding Road website found here. BY GRANT JOY As stress and uncertainty build, people have begun to look at how to deal with the trials and tribulations they and the country face. The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in many Americans trying to find a new normal. A focus […]
This blog was written by ACEnet’s Microenterprise Program Trainer, Kyle Verge and published on their website here. Snowville Creamery, located just South of us in Meigs County, has provided our families with high quality dairy for years. Known for their use of A2/A2 genetics, which some research has found to be more digestible than the […]