As you find yourself in the midst of summer, be sure to check out Validity Magazine’s coverage of all the communities along the Natchez Trace Parkway in Tennessee. From Collinwood to Nashville and all points in between, Validity seeks out interesting people and places you want to know about.
Find a Farmers’ Market and enjoy eating freshly picked local produce. Supporting local agriculture is a great way to contribute to a sustainable community and a healthier you. Also find great recipes in this month’s issue.
In Centerville, a mini version of the bronze of Minnie Pearl is on display at the Grinders Switch Museum. See photos in Validity.
Communities thrive in rural areas of Tennessee due in part to incredible contributions of local volunteers. Highlighted in June’s issue in the first of our summer series are several people from communities along the Natchez Trace. Read about David Gaitlin of Leiper’s Fork, Hohenwald’s George Brown, Maury County’s Jimmy Couch, Waynesboro’s Bob Rains and Linden’s Betty Barber in Validity‘s “Salt of the Earth” feature for June.
From bird watching, to gardening to the latest in technology news, read Validity Magazine, your news from rural Tennessee communities along the Natchez Trace.