Fall is coming to NW Alabama. Corn and soybeans are being harvested. The Coondog Cemetery Labor Day Festival and Oka Kapassa are celebrated. The Hooligans are being hooligans.
An interesting chapter in the saga of finding my home at Panther's Hollow.
Sometimes bad things happen for a reason, if we take the time to see what's behind them.
Reports show that USDA Farm to School Program has increased amount of locally grown food in schools.
Farm-to-School Conference to discuss strengthening local food economy.
Food research approved by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
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