Heart of Appalachia Street Team

Who can join?

Heart of Appalachia Street Team has the following requirements:

Artisans of any form
Nature lovers
Mountain lovers
Anyone who loves Appalachia
Kind-hearted people
People who like porch swings, moss beneath their feet, wading through water, home cooked meals, small towns, picking wildflowers, windy roads...

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About this team

This team is for Etsians who reside in or have an appreciation for Appalachia. If you love Appalachian history, music, art, craft, folklore, food, dance, hiking, or even just sitting on a porch and watching the weather then you hold a little piece of Appalachian life and...

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Who can join?

Artisans of any form
Nature lovers
Mountain lovers
Anyone who loves Appalachia
Kind-hearted people
People who like porch swings, moss beneath their feet, wading through water, home cooked meals, small towns, picking wildflowers, windy roads...

About this team

This team is for Etsians who reside in or have an appreciation for Appalachia. If you love Appalachian history, music, art, craft, folklore, food, dance, hiking, or even just sitting on a porch and watching the weather then you hold a little piece of Appalachian life and culture dear to your heart. Despite the negative stereotypes, many parts of Appalachia are still without a doubt time capsules with the power to transport us back to the "good ole days." The essence of Appalachian lifestyle is hard work and appreciation of simplicity.
The purpose of this team is to celebrate Appalachian culture through a shared love of craft and the Etsy community. Feel free to discuss anything here!
As the team grows, we will work on a Twitter, blog, and website for promoting the shops of members and any special events relevant to the community.

"I want to be in Kentucky when the end of the world comes, because it's always 20 years behind." - Mark Twain

"I am from clothespins,
from Clorox and carbon-tetrachloride.
I am from the dirt under the back porch.
(Black, glistening,
it tasted like beets.)
I am from the forsythia bush
the Dutch elm
whose long-gone limbs I remember
as if they were my own. "
-- Where I'm From, George Ella Lyon

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