THE TENNESSEE FARM TABLE, A weekly podcast & radio show featuring the people of our  APPALACHIAN region who PRODUCE, PREPARE and PRESERVE our food and agricultural products.

WHY: To improve our regional economy, community, food access, folklore, and unique culture. 

Who is behind the Tennessee Farm Table? - Amy Campbell is the creator, owner, and producer of The Tennessee Farm Table. 

How to listen: 
- Anytime via podcast: https://www.tennesseefarmtable.com/new-blog/
- Radio Broadcast: Every Saturday morning 9:00 - 9:30 A.M. on 89.9.fm, WDVX, Knoxville.

Closer definition:
Produce: (animal, vegetable, value added products, educators)
Prepare: (Chefs, organizations addressing food insecurity, educators, home cooks)
Preserve: (writers, food preservationists, non profit organizations)

Frequent contributors:
Mary Constantine - Food editor for the Knoxville News Sentinel. 

Jack Neely - Executive Director of the Knoxville History Project.

-East Tennessee's Own, Emi Sunshine sings our theme song.

-Fred Sauceman - Senior Writer and Associate Professor of Appalachian Studies, East Tennessee State University, News Director, WETS-FM, 89.5, Food Writer for Blue Ridge Country magazine , Columnist for Smoky Mountain Living magazine , Author of the book The Proffitts of Ridgewood: An Appalachian Family's Life in Barbecue

 Amy Campbell, Hostess, Creator and Producer of the Tennessee Farm Table Podcast & Broadcast Show with her donkey Ruby..  -  photographed by Laura Pierpont

Amy Campbell, Hostess, Creator and Producer of the Tennessee Farm Table Podcast & Broadcast Show with her donkey Ruby..  - photographed by Laura Pierpont