Here are our top five posts from 2015, and why we’re glad you liked them.
Join us at Andrew College on Friday, Dec. 11, and on White Oak Pastures on Saturday, Dec. 12, to better understand regenerative agriculture and holistic farm management.
Pihakis Fellow Ava Lowrey’s film Button King will screen this Saturday at the Indie Memphis Film Festival.
Catch a glimpse of the first 36 hours of our 2015 Fall Symposium, courtesy of the team at Hed Hi Media in Charleston, SC.
Mark your calendars for the Tenth Annual Twilight Supper, a fundraiser for Jones Valley Teaching Farm’s Good School Food program.
Before your summer travels are fully booked, you should pencil in East Nashville’s Tomato Art Fest: August 7–8.
I’m a little bit sad to know that my summer has already peaked. I’m just home from Zingerman’s Camp Bacon in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and I can’t shut up about what a great time I had.
This year, New South Family Supper celebrated the “heart of the house,” the unsung heroes of the service industry. Here are a few highlights.
Join us for the 2015 Summer Symposium for June 25 to 28, 2015 in New Orleans. Members may purchase tickets Friday, April 17 at noon CDT.