The Seed and the Story Archive

The Seed and the Story for August 24, 2011: Recipes for Harvest

Originally published in the Post Dispatch August 24, 2011. It’s one of my favorite food times of the year in Arkansas: peach season.  And you can always find the best varieties at locally-grown farmer’s market such as the one we have in Russellville.  Local peaches always taste better, and it strengthens our community and local
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The Seed and the Story for Wednesday August 10, 2011: The Dardanelle Post Office Mural.

Originally published in the Post Dispatch. If you are interested in being a part of the formation of the Friends of the Mural group leave a message here or send me an email.  I’ve gotten a few responses already and we will be planning on where to go from here and working with Dr. Seymour
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The Seed and the Story for July 27, 2011: Learning from Rain Barrels.

“The Seed and the Story” column appears every other week in the The Post Dispatch, Arkansas’s oldest, weekly newspaper.  Beginning this coming week the column will also appear as a syndicate in the Courier, the Russellville, Arkansas newspaper which covers the river valley area. Want to support local media? If you live in Yell County
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The Seed and the Story for July 13, 2011: Nuclear Plant as Physical and Cultural Landscape

Originally published in The Post Dispatch. Landscape is a fundamental to who we are as a community.  Some of the places that come to mind for me are Mount Nebo, the Dardanelle Rock, the mountains that surround the valleys in Chickelah, and the Arkansas River that forms the boundary line between Pope and Yell Counties.
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The Seed and the Story for June 29th, 2011: Garden Conversations.

This piece was originally published in the Post Dispatch.  If you like this piece and want to see more like it, please be sure and support the local paper. And be sure and let them know you enjoy the Seed and the Story!   If you’re like me, you can’t keep your hands out of
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The Seed and the Story ~ The Potential of the Small Town Paper.

    Here’s my latest “The Seed and the Story” column for the Post Dispatch.  It discusses the potential of the small town paper and its role in this media saturated age. I also wrote and recorded a longer, companion version of this piece for KUAF‘s Ozarks at Large Program, which you can listen to
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The Seed and the Story—-Decoration Days

I have recently been given the wonderful opportunity of writing a regular column for the Post Dispatch,a weekly paper based in Dardanelle, Arkansas which is also the oldest newspaper in Arkansas.   It’s been a long-time dream of mine to contribute to this paper, and I am beyond thankful for this opportunity. I’ll be writing
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