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Today's Interview: Appalachian Festival Teaches Earth-Friendly Living

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The Whippoorwill Festival is bringing more than 75 workshops to Beattyville July 19-21.

The workshops range from homesteading and natural medicine, to handicrafts and storytelling.

WEKU's Samantha Morrill talked to two festival volunteers about how the festival comes together each year. Listen to this interview with Melissa Calhoun and Ben Ibershoff.

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Contact: Samantha Morrill at samantha.morrill@eku.edu

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Samantha is WEKU's All Things Considered Host and also reports on news of interest in the commonwealth. Sam is a graduate of Morehead State University and worked for MSU's Public Radio Station WMKY.
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