Appalshop began as a grass-roots effort to save the Appalachian heritage through archive the music and folklore of the area in video and print. It also advocated conservation of nature in opposition to the destruction of strip mining. It has evolved into a radio station, recording studio, auditorium, and many other facets, still concerned with preservation of all that is good about Appalachia. In early June each year it hosts a "Seedtime on the Cumberland" festival with music, storytelling and crafts.
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