Address: 1875 little Ross' creek rd, Irvine KY 40336 / (606) 723-4678
About Us / Appalachian Crafts; CSA History: We are a small cottage industry of 30+years and make handmade Poplar ,Willow, and Hickory Bark Baskets along with Corn shuck Flowers, Dolls, Angels, Birds, Mobiles, and Nativity sets. Brochure sent on request.We raise organic gardens every year in raised beds and in-ground organic row crops. We have outdoor log grown Shiitake and Oyster mushrooms (dried and fresh depending on yield and weather) as well as inoculated logs for sale $10 - $30. We also dry all veggies that are not put in the freezer (Roma tomatoes, apples, etc.)We also raise 10 Ac. of organic hay (using composted horse manure and wood shavings).Another project just started in the spring of 2004 is the plantings of 4 varieties of basket Willows and 6 varieties of furniture Willows, Red Twig Dogwood (around 1500 so far). We custom make trellises in 2 ft. - 5 ft. wide (and larger) panels for your climbing plants, build hedges, living fences / structures.We have an attached passive solar greenhouse and are just now raising our own bedding plants organically, and will raise more volume as time and space allow.We offer 10 varieties of Temperate Bamboo, local River cane, Giant Reed Grass, black walnut, sour cherry rootstock during the dormant months of the fall after frost and winter through April. . Hedge,Furniture & Basket willows, Weeping, Curly and Pussy willow in quantity are now available, sour cherry and black walnut saplings. All plants and cuttingsWe will start raising Sorghum for molasses syrup production in 2013, stay tuned.We also teach annual mushroom log inoculation workshops in Feb., March. Come visit and enjoy a part of Appalachia. Sign up for Berea Festival of Learnshops Golden Oyster / Shiitake mushroom log inoculation workshop. July ??, 2013, 2PM-5PM at L & N Train Depot Log Cabin; http://www.berea.com/media/ festival of Learnshops 1 800 598 5263Call for details 606 723 4678 or leave message.