Photos From Our Visit with the Campbells in Pope County

DSC_0002 As part of our ongoing work learning more about small-scale growers, local food, and the desire of many citizens to tap into a more waste-free life, we visited with the Campbells who live outside of Russellville and raise an amazing garden, lots of wonderful goats, chickens, and more.

They were kind enough to let us come out and visit with them and meet their goats and chickens.

Below is a slideshow of some of the beautiful images taken by Saira Khan for our upcoming garden book.

In the next week we’ll have a short write up about our visit with the Campbells, which will also be featured in the Seed and the Story column in the Courier and on the Boiled Down Juice site. So check back soon for that!



To learn more about this research/book:

 

If you want to know more about the garden book we’re working on and our goal to learn more about and help support (in whatever small way we can) the local food movement in the Pope and Yell County area, click here. We’re interested in meeting people, learning about what you grow, why you grow it, and why it’s important to you. We’re also hoping to learn more about how a local food and handmade network can help build stronger communities in the area for people all incomes, races, and backgrounds. We’d love to hear from you!  And if you’re interested in similar things happening in other parts of the state and nation, join in on the discussions at our sister site, The Boiled Down Juice. Thanks!




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2 Comments on “Photos From Our Visit with the Campbells in Pope County”

  1. […] Click here to see more of Saira Khan’s photos of the Campbell’s goats. Learn more about Saira’s photography here.  […]

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