Listen to the National Public Radio story on National Indian Pudding Day, Thursday Novemebr 14, 2013 , to hear Plimoth Plantation Food Historian and ALHFAM member Kathleen Wall, talk-up historic New England cooking. And with Thanksgiving coming, you might just hear Kathleen hit the airwaves again real soon.
The December, 2013 issue of Early American Life features an article titled, The Case for Sausage by ALHFAMer Mercy Ingraham. The article focuses on the sausage making workshop she presented at the ALHFAM Mid-Atlantic regional conference in March of 2012, at the Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown, NY, and is accompanied by beautiful photographs. A group picture of a host of other ALHFAMers that partook in the workshop appears in the article.
ALHFAMer Ed Nizalowski got some Southern-Tier New York TV coverage about his heirloom pole bean project. Ed along with an organic gardener from his area made a fine pitch for greater agricultural biodiversity. See the Fox News story via video or read the print version.
The October issue of Early American Life has a mention of ALHFAM on page 1, in the editor's column. Jeanmarie Andrews participated in the pottery session at Hale Farm during the workshop day and ALHFAM is given high marks along with instructors (and ALHFAMers) Mary Farrell and Mike Fox .
A July 18, 2013 article about the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation in the Williamsburg Yorktown Daily notes that Martha Katz-Hyman, received the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums John T. Schlebecker Award. See the on-line version of the article.
ALHFAM Institutional Members, Plimoth Plantation, Genesee Country Village, Monticello, Strawbery Banke Museum, The Henry Ford, and the Farmers' Museum, were all included in a June 28th, 2013, ABC News travel story Living History: Top 10 Places Where History Comes to Life.
ALHFAM Institutional Member Naper Settlement has been named as one of the 25 largest tourist attractions in the Chicago area, according to a recent listing published by Crain’s Chicago Business. The attractions were ranked according to total attendance in 2012. With 118,000 visitors last year, Naper Settlement was ranked No. 25.
ALHFAM President Pete Watson appears in a picture (on p. 98) in the May/June issue of the AAM publication Museum. with Linda Moore (Morris Museum) and Leonard Lance, in their article on Museum Advocacy Day 2013.
ALHFAM member Lauren Muney has been selected for inclusion in Early American Life's Directory of Traditional American Crafts 2013. The Directory will be published in the August issue of EAL.