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Summer

A slow wet spring delayed garden work for a few weeks, but June found us busy as bees. The weeds are growing like weeds, and the vegetables are right behind them. It’s been a great growing season as long as … Continue reading

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The Future of Long Hungry Creek Farm

If you are on Facebook, or if you received an email containing a message from Jeff, you may have seen the picture of Jeff’s house and the smaller tract of land that makes up Long Hungry Creek Farm, next to … Continue reading

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Fall Crops

by Jeff Poppen By mid-August I have changed my box of seeds. The last of the summer crops are planted, and it’s time for the fall ones. Although a  few rows and beds of cabbage and lettuce are in to … Continue reading

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Weather

by Jeff Poppen We talk about the weather often. A recurring spring question for gardeners is, “Has the weather settled?” We want to plant frost tender crops, but we do not know when the last frost will occur. As of … Continue reading

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Young farmer leads while learning from the past

VOL. 35 | NO. 34 | Friday, August 26, 2011 Green Business    Young farmer leads while learning from the past By Hollie Deese Eric Wooldridge never intended to come back to the Bells Bend area of West Nashville after … Continue reading

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Jeff’s Sweet Potatoes and the Produce Place Nashville

WCTE, public broadcasting in Cookeville produces a show called Live Green Tennessee.  According to their website, their goal is “talking with our local Farmers, Gardeners, and Neighbors about how our agricultural heritage and local wisdom can help all of us … Continue reading

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