Gravel on Farm Roads

Gravel on Farm Roads

I have a lot of interests. Art. Reading. Writing. Mushrooms. Birds. There is a lot more. I am a life-long learner and one of the things I’ve learned in managing a working farm is that it’s one thing to build a road and another to maintain it. In this article for...
Invasive Species

Invasive Species

Watch: Cut Pile Video Watch: Cut Pile 2 Watch: Stump Video As the climate changes, our land management challenges change. We only have to look at the raging western wildfires see one kind of change. And, experts tell us that we can expect more because the trees are...
The End of Food Allergy | Sloan Barnett & Dr. Kari Nadeau

The End of Food Allergy | Sloan Barnett & Dr. Kari Nadeau

Eight percent of children in the U.S. have food allergies. It’s a serious and growing food safety and public health concern that impacts babies and young children. My sister Sloan Barnett and Dr. Kari Nadeau have written a book about using immunotherapy as a...
Piney River Tennessean Op-Ed

Piney River Tennessean Op-Ed

I love my Cumberland Plateau farm, but I love the entire area, as well. I’ve worked to get wild places protected. I was not alone, of course. There are environmentalists, neighbors, political leaders and plenty of others helping. It’s about the environment. It’s about...
Benefits of Controlled Burns

Benefits of Controlled Burns

Coal Creek Farm is a learning lab. I’ve learned about native species; flora and fauna. I’ve learned about water resources. I’ve learned that there is a new species of grasshopper living there. And, I learned that helping the land recover from...
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