Support for rural-bound millennials; a bridge of understanding between veterans and non-vets; Craft cideries in Lexington; Additions to Bourbon Trail 

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One: A conversation with Madeline Moore, the Chinook, Washington founder of ReThink Rural, a support resource for fellow millennials looking for a change of scenery and lifestyle. LISTEN

Two: Interview with Travis Martin, co-founder of EKU's Veterans Studies Program, the first of its kind in the nation. LISTEN

Three: Lexington's growing craft cider scene. Interviews with Tim and Greta Wright of Wisebird Cider Company and Kevin Compton and Tom Sturm of Pivot Brewing. Plus, additions to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour. LISTEN


Contact: Tom Martin at es@eku.edu or leave voicemail at 859-622-9358 

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