He was co-owner and head cook at Indian Summer Natural Foods Restaurant in Ann Arbor in 1972.
In the news
- Column: A Tribute to Ken King of Frog Holler, Linda Diane Feldt for the Ann Arbor Chronicle, May 2009
“I’ve always had this idea, sort of a picture in my mind, of a lot of people working physically together, towards a common goal. Not only like working together and being simple, like peasants, having simple needs and not complicated by so many interpersonal things going on. Just people working side by side and as they’re working it becomes an art – they’re singing, see. They’re singing and it’s a rhythm…We’re doing the farming part and kind of doing the music thing and maybe somehow those will work more together and really living life more artistically and having our daily activities more appealing and beautiful and more nourishing than now.” – Ken King, 1989
- Pioneer organic farmer and Frog Holler owner Ken King dies, Dave Gershman for the Ann Arbor News, May 2009
King started selling his organic vegetables and herbs at the Ann Arbor Farmer's Market in the mid-1970s. If he wasn't the first organic grower to do so, he was one of the very first.