Saturday, October 17th at 9:00 A.M. on The Tennessee Farm Table subject is "SALT".  We visit with Nancy Bruns of the J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works. This 7th generation salt-making family harvests an all-natural salt by hand, from an ancient ocean trapped below the Appalachian Mountains of the Kanawha Valley in West Virginia.  We bring this to the show to serve as an example of a progressive, Appalachian, agricultural enterprise with an eye on sustainability.  More information at: http://www.jqdsalt.com/
We also will feature the art of Amy Cameron Evans.  She illustrated the stories found in the "Saltville" Cookbook and was Artist in Redidence at the Appalachian Food Summit.  Connect with Amy on Instagram and Twitter from her website http://www.amycevans.com.  She has a large assortment of prints and paintings to choose from. Amy Evans Art.  View the work from the Saltville Cookbook on her Instagram page.

Ronni Lundy, Nancy Bruns of J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works http://www.jqdsalt.com/ & Amy C. Evans at the Appalachian Food Summit in Abingdon, VA.  Amy Campbell recorded them and took this photo of these 3 ladies worth their salt for rebroadcast on The Tennessee Farm Table Radio Show.  @JQDsalt

Ronni Lundy, Nancy Bruns of J.Q. Dickinson Salt Works http://www.jqdsalt.com/ & Amy C. Evans at the Appalachian Food Summit in Abingdon, VA.  Amy Campbell recorded them and took this photo of these 3 ladies worth their salt for rebroadcast on The Tennessee Farm Table Radio Show.  @JQDsalt

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