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Karen Hurtubise
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Karen and her husband have a small farm and grow diverse crops including native plants, berries, tomatoes, mushrooms, turmeric, and ginger. They began a large organic vegetable, flower, and herb garden over 30 years ago in Hayesville, NC, and won a Southeast Regional Rodale "Organic Gardening" Garden-of-the-Year contest. A passionate advocate of healthy agriculture, local food, and forest farming, Karen is a member of North American Fruit Explorers, Seed Savers Exchange, and Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. She has taught at the Folk School since 1994.

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