Mountain Music and Medicinals (and Tacos)

Jan 31, 2018

On January 25 we hosted a free supper, live music from Tug River Troubadour Glen Simpson, and a workshop. Emily Lachniet of Appalachian Sustainable Development and Tanner Filyaw with Rural Action spoke about resources to help folks earn money in the sustainable harvest and cultivation of ginseng, yellow root, and other medicinal herbs. We had a good turnout, informative discussion, and a great time. Some folks drove two or three hours to get here. Follow us to keep updated for future cultural and community events at the Judy Bonds Center for Appalachian Preservation.