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You are most likely familiar with the plant quinoa, an ancient grain domesticated in South America, but have you heard […]

Peaches, peaches, peaches, peaches, peaches! You may be familiar with the recently popular ballad sung by Bowser for Princess Peach, […]

With the passing of the Summer Solstice, summer is officially in full swing, which also means that blackberries are ripening […]

Often confused with bamboo, rivercane is a native resource that has been used for thousands of years, most notably in […]

Spring is finally here, and one of the first green vegetables to emerge is ramps (Allium tricoccum)! Many ramps festivals […]

The elegantly dressed skeleton, now known simply as La Catrina, is an iconic figure of Día de los muertos. Can you […]

Before the completion of Nickajack Dam in 1964, the Tennessee River wound its way south, away from modern-day Chattanooga and […]

With caps situated like tiny hats, acorns (Quercus sp.) are one of the most easily recognizable nuts. Acorns are not […]

Oh my gourd, it’s our October plant of the month – bottle gourd! Pumpkins get plenty of attention this time […]

Words from the Artist Through this installation, my hope is that you have taken a little bit of our culture […]