The Appalachian Shed
  • Butler, Tn
  • United States
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The Appalachian Shed commented on Christine's group Food Exchange Club
"Christine, I am most interested in trading for some kefir. Do you also have fresh milk? I can offer veggie plants, flower plants, or bread made from fresh milled grains (all products organic)."
Mar 19, 2009
The Appalachian Shed replied to Callie's discussion Eastern Redbud
"Are you sure it is an Eastern Redbud? Most have a single trunk and multiple branches. It could be you have planted it too deep. At any rate, clip off all but the strongest of branches so that you have one lead, or trunk. Best time for this is late…"
Mar 19, 2009
The Appalachian Shed joined Christine's group
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Food Exchange Club

Let's trade our homemade goodies!
Mar 14, 2009
The Appalachian Shed updated their profile
Feb 21, 2009
The Appalachian Shed is attending Thom Duncan's event
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An Evening with Joel Salatin at Boone, NC

March 26, 2009 from 7pm to 9pm
An Evening with Joel SalatinBallet in the PastureMarch 26, 20097 pmASU Farthing Auditorium in BooneBallet in the Pasture is a theatrical performance mixing humor and bomb-shell food system analysis. Joel Salatin passionately defends small farms, local food systems, and the right to opt out of the conventional food paradigm. First rate pictures provide the audience with a virtual tour of the legendary Polyface Farm.Joel Salatin is a third generation alternative farmer in Virginia’s Shenandoah…See More
Feb 21, 2009
The Appalachian Shed replied to Jay's discussion Anti-organic opinion
"As an organic farmer I have to say that there are far more concerns with biotech practices in the food chain than worries about shortages in an organic environment. To tell the world that masses have to starve in order for organic farming to be the…"
Feb 21, 2009
The Appalachian Shed is now a member of Slow Food Charlotte
Feb 20, 2009

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About Me:
John and I own and operate a small organic farm and art studios in Southern Appalachia. We sell at various markets and shows around the region.
We have been selling quality plants at the Greenery Shed at the Charlotte State Market for 5 years now.
Favorite Foods:
Fresh Vegetables and Seafood-- all kinds!

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