Check out the June issue of the Kentucky Farm Bureau magazine, which profiles Jim and our farm.
Yesterday the SARE/NACAA Fellows visited Four Hills Farm. The Fellows are selected by Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education and the National Association of County Agricultural Agents to visit sustainable farms across the country as part of their professional development. We are grateful to Lee Meyer and Sarah Lovett of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture for choosing our farm to visit as part of this program. The Fellows are John Porter, West Virginia Univ., Maud Powell, Oregon State Univ., Nathan Winter, Univ.of Minnesota, Lara Worden, NC State Univ., Marlin Bates, Univ. of Missouri, Bard Burbaugh, Univ. of Florida, Aaron Essex, Washington State Univ., Thomas R. Maloney, Cornell University, and Kentucky’s own Ag and Natural Resource Agents, Keenan Bishop, Franklin County, and P. Wayne Long, Jefferson County. SARE’s mission is “to advance—to the whole of American agriculture—innovations that improve profitability, stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education.” Thanks for coming by!