By George Lindemann

July 22, 2020 By George Lindemann

Beginning Farmers | To Gravel or Not, That is the Question – Using Gravel on Farm Roads

The daily processes of operating a farm can quickly be derailed by bad farm road conditions. This means it is important to make sure that your farm roads, especially if they are gravel like George Lindemann uses at Coal Creek Farm in Cumberland County, Tennessee, are maintained properly. Read more here.

July 12, 2020 By George Lindemann

The Tennessean | Protecting East Tennessee's Piney River is good for nature and the economy

In The Tennessean, George Lindemann writes about importance for all Tennessee residents to protect the Piney River and, in turn, how it will protect the state’s economy. Read the full story here.

Burning Controlled Fire at Coal Creek

April 28, 2020 By George Lindemann

Beginning Farmers | Controlled Burns on the Farm

The following article was originally published on by George Lindemann. I touched the plastic lighter to the base of a parched clump of sedge grass, squeezed the trigger and watched the flames crawl up the dead plant. What started as a small flame swiftly morphed into a raging expanse of fire. The noise was […]

Longhorn cows at Coal Creek Farm

March 11, 2020 By George Lindemann

AGDAILY | Cows, fire, and grasses: Reimagining routine tools

In AGDAILY, farm owner and conservationist George Lindemann writes about farm management techniques and tools from controlled burning to cattle, and how everything works together to protect the environment. Read the full story here.

Dead hemlock tree

August 13, 2019 By George Lindemann

AGDAILY | Saving one farm’s hemlocks — it all comes down to a choice

In AGDAILY, George Lindemann writes about the struggle and journey to save Coal Creek Farm’s precious hemlock trees. Read the full story here.

Journal Of Medicinal Plant Conservation | Romancing The Root: The Passions And Perils Of Wild American Ginseng

The Journal of Medicinal Plant Conservation celebrated its 25th year of Medicinal Plant Conservation with the theme “Voices from the Land”. In this article George Lindemann shares his expertise on the history and future of Wild American Ginseng. Download the PDF here.

Paddling Life | Come to Daddy’s: Tennessee’s Daddy’s Creek a Whitewater Haven

As an avid paddler, George Lindemann writes in Paddling Life about how to plan the perfect paddling trip to Daddy’s Creek in Tennessee. Read the full story here.

Man paddling in a kayak on the Piney River

June 27, 2018 By George Lindemann

Men's Journal Canoe & Kayak | Catching a Wild Elephant: Tennessee’s Piney River

Tennessee’s Piney River offers a difficult but sought after paddling experience. In Men’s Journal Canoe & Kayak, George Lindemann highlights the planning and experience of his kayaking trip on the Piney River after years of waiting for the perfect conditions.

June 25, 2018 By George Lindemann

Knoxville News Sentinel | With 50th anniversary of Scenic Rivers Act, let's double number of protected waterways

June 2018 – 50 years ago, the U.S. Government banded together to pass the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. In honor of the milestone, George Lindemann, an avid conservationist, Cumberland County resident, and Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s 2017 Conservationist of the Year writes as a guest columnist in the Knoxville News Sentinel about the importance of conserving Tennessee’s […]