This year’s Fabric of Freedom events kick off September 2 at the very place the sit-in movement began: the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, located in the former F.W. Woolworth building.
There was laughter, a few tears, and an ocean’s worth of island pride that night.
This year, the Appalachian Food Summit explores and honors some of the underrepresented stories of our region by traveling the roads and routes that shaped them.
We will honor the folks who shared their stories for our Harkers Island oral history project with a listening room event and community potluck on Thursday, August 11 in Harkers Island, North Carolina.
The 13th Annual Tomato Art Fest returns to the Five Points area of East Nashville on Friday, August 12, 2016 and Saturday, August 13, 2016.
When oral historian Keia Mastrianni traveled to Harkers Island, North Carolina, she collected more than just stories.
Sunday, August 21, Home Place Pastures in Como, Mississippi hosts a dinner focused on whole animal utilization to benefit SFA.
The Carolina Food Summit will explore the topics of hunger, the changing plate, policy, sustainability, and flavor.
The Heritage Harvest Festival, hosted by Monticello in partnership with Southern Exposure Seed Exchange and Seed Savers Exchange, is a fun, affordable, family-oriented, educational event, promoting gardening, sustainability, local food and the preservation of heritage plants.