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Winter 2015 Out Here Magazine

Salt of the Earth

The seeds of the Dickinson family’s crop were planted eons ago and deposited so deep within the Appalachian Mountains that the family must dig 350 feet down to harvest it.

 

This West Virginia farm produces salt from brine cultivated from an ancient ocean deep below the mountain range. The harvest was once so plentiful that this area was once known as “the salt-making capital of the east.

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Featured Articles from the Winter 2015 Issue

Weaving With Wheat

Known as the “Wheat Lady,” Marian Vavra gives weekly demonstrations at Exploration Place science center in nearby Wichita and through the years has introduced hundreds of schoolchildren to the craft.

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Dogs on Deployment

Since it started in 2011, Dogs on Deployment has helped service members find temporary homes for more than 700 pets who might otherwise have to say a permanent goodbye to their uniformed companions.

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biggest tomato contest

Biggest Tomato Contest

When Steve and Jeanne Marley won Tractor Supply’s Biggest Tomato Contest, Steve wasn’t too surprised. His garden is full of giant vegetables.

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