In this episode, Courtney will share with us about the mission of the Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture and some of the awesome events and programs they are working on! The BRWIA works hard to bring together farmers, restaurants, and residents to help strengthen the local food system.
Courtney comes to Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture after years of teaching sustainability and environmental education at Watauga High School and Appalachian State University. She served as the Farm Tour Coordinator and AmeriCorps Service Member for BRWIA in 2012 and 2013. She also created and directed the school garden support program, Lettuce Learn. Courtney holds a Masters in Sustainable Development and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Appalachian State University. When she's not working for BRWIA, you can find her gardening, hiking and playing pretend with her son Aiden and their dog Maple.
What did Blackbeard send Eden through tunnels? What was the Edenton Tea Party? Discover how North Carolina’s second oldest town leaves it’s claim on our history!
Welcome to The Pamlico Porch podcast! This episode will introduce you to how The Pamlico Porch blog and podcast began, where it got its name, and what you can expect in future episodes!
Lane will tell her story of how she went from a busy mom working in an office, to turning her dream into a reality! Can’t decide what to make for dinner? Do all the kids have practice in different places? Order today from The Hallelujah Kitchen and take one of today’s worries off your plate (pun intended). www.thehallelujahkitchen.com