Alabama's I-22 Region
The makers, artists and musicians of Alabama’s I-22 Region are built on tradition. Tradition is hand-crafted by 10th generation potters who are using the last known standing mule-powered pug mill in the U.S.
Alabama’s I-22 Region has a deep and diverse history, from the Indigenous peoples who built mounds as centers of cultural activity, to the families split in the Civil War, and the coal miners who found some of the best domestic seams available in the United States.
Alabama’s I-22 Region lives deep in nature filled with plenty of opportunities for recreation and exploration. The region’s rolling hills and rushing headwaters sit along scenic routes perfect for road-tripping.