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Karen Hurtubise
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 and is the school's Resident Artist of Gardening and Nature Studies.

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Homegrown heirloom tomatoes


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Homegrown heirloom tomatoes

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