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Wendell Berry lecture live-streamed tonight

Kentucky farmer, writer outspoken critic of our abuse of the land and KFTC member Wendell Berry will deliver the 2012 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities tonight. In the lecture, "It All Turns on Affection," Berry will discuss humankind's interaction with nature, as depicted in history, philosophy, and literature.

Moving forward in the mountains - Growing Appalachia 2012

Growing Appalachia 2012 logo

Approximately 80 people ranging from the novice gardener to commercial farmers to people simply looking to make their homes more energy efficient attended Growing Appalachia on Saturday, April 14th .

New Chapter Development resources available online

Did you miss the KFTC armchair seminar this week that focused on how to plan and run great chapter meetings? If so, don't worry -- we've got the materials from the webinar available for you online. You can read the materials at your leisure.

We didn't win. But we didn't lose, either.

With just one final work day of the Legislative Session ahead of us on April 12th, it has become procedurally impossible for our voting rights bill (HB 70) to clear the remaining steps to pass on the Senate floor, absent some miraculous bending of Senate rules that would be too much to hop


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