Amy Campbell, Author at The Birthplace of Country Music
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https://birthplaceofcountrymusic.org/event/tennessee-farm-table/2021-10-31/

Amy Campbell

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About Amy Campbell

Amy Campbell created the Tennessee Farm Table Radio Show & Podcast in August of 2014. Amy is a Knoxville native, a former PR Representative for the City of Knoxville with the Knoxville Farmers’ Market, a founding board member of the Maryville Farmers’ Market, Market Manager for the Maryville Farmers’ Market in it’s 1st year, and is an avid gardener and seed saver and fine artist. Amy holds a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and an MFA in Graphic Design from UTK. Amy is a former professor of Art from Maryville College, she is heavily invested in her community, has served on numerous boards, and seeks to help others make community connections. Amy has volunteered with WDVX Radio since 1996 (before, during, and after the camper). She and her husband enjoy a rural lifestyle along with 1 cat and 2 donkeys. They enjoy growing a little bit of food, flowers, and mow enormous amounts of grass on 6 acres in Blount County, Tennessee.