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  • Chicken Quarters, Rachel Hurd Anger

    Chicken Quarters

    by Rachel Hurd Anger

    Metropolitan living often means big dreams are short on space. On a small lot in Louisville, Ky., writer Rachel Hurd Anger is raising chickens, a rescue dog, two cats, and a family. Tales of her self-sustaining great-grandmothers awakened her inner chicken farmer, and now, her small flock charms her small space, as only they can do. Go now »

  • Judith Hausman, The Hungry Locavore

    The Hungry Locavore

    by Judith Hausman

    As a long-time freelance food writer, Judith Hausman has written about every aspect of food, but local producers and artisanal traditions remain closest to her heart. Eating close to home takes this seasonal eater through a journey of delights and dilemmas, one tiny deck garden, farmers’ market discovery and easy-as-pie recipe at a time. She writes from a still-bucolic but ever-more-suburban town in the New York City 'burbs. Go now »

  • Kevin Fogle, Garden In Front

    Garden In Front

    Kevin Fogle

    Kevin Fogle is a freelance photographer and author based in South Carolina, who covers gardening, local foods and beer. Growing up in a family-owned nursery business helped instill a love of unusual plants, the insect world and anything edible in the garden. Today, Kevin maintains a small urban front-yard garden, growing a range of conventional and heirloom crops, from lemon cucumbers to purple sweet potatoes, using simple sustainable methods. Go Now »

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  • Emarr

    Location: Fort Oglethorpe, GA

    Day Job: Teacher

    Why I'm Getting Dirty: For the earth

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