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Author: Sophie Beaudoin  •  Date: October 24, 2014

Farmer Spotlight: Hopcott Farms

What started out as a chunk of land covered with trees was first transformed into a farm in 1932 by Fred and Jane Hopcott. But dairy farming wasn’t Fred’s dream, so in 1957 the farm was transformed again to raise beef cattle and g...

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Author: Sophie Beaudoin  •  Date: October 20, 2014

Farmer Spotlight: Rasa Creek Farm

Rasa Creek Farm owners Jason, Jim and Lalitha grow 35 varieties of organic seed garlic (including Russian Red Music, Yugoslavian Chesnok Red, German Red Rose, and Italian Softneck) on 126 acres that sits 2000 feet above sea level! This height...

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Author: Sophie Beaudoin  •  Date: October 15, 2014

Food for the City

The number of farmers' markets in the US has skyrocketed! In 1994 there were only 1,755 compared to 8,133 last year and they keep popping up allowing more and more people access to fresh, local products. ...

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Author: Sophie Beaudoin  •  Date: October 14, 2014

Farmer Spotlight: BeeWench Farm

In sunny California, a family owned and operated farm run by a single mom and her 12 year old son works towards balanced growing practices that benefit and respect the earth while providing local vegetables, fruit, eggs, goat’s milk, ch...

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Author: Sophie Beaudoin  •  Date: October 13, 2014

The Scarecrow

A haunting reminder of where our world could be headed. Don't you think we would all be a little happier eating fresh, local food grown by farmers we know? ...

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Author: Serina Penner  •  Date: September 26, 2014

Fall into Composting this Season

Knowing when to compost isn't easy... We generally only think about adding nutrients to our soil in the spring, when things begin life again and we are antsy to kick start a new growing season. This is a mistake; the best time...

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