Heirloom apples tell local stories

October 8, 2009 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

April McGregor (The Farmer’s Daughter/Grist) discovers her core values and the importance of a sense of place, while visiting Leigh Calhoun’s carefully tended heirloom apple orchard. Calhoun, who grows 450 varieties of Southern apples at his farm in Chatham County, is the author of the classic Old Southern Apples.  Read April’s essay in Grist here.

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