Miles of Dairy History along an Appalachian Highway
Roxy Todd and Emily Newton are interviewing farmers and families living along US Route 219, a winding Appalachian highway that hugs the ridges of the most rural counties of West Virginia.
They are returning to towns first visited by the Federal Writer's project during the Great Depression, discovering communities largely unchanged, still without a traffic lights, but rich in storytellers. Gathered around kitchen tables, they found a rich history of dairy farming along Route 219:
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