“Shake the hand that feeds you.” Michael Pollan Farmers markets are flourishing across the country. Meandering through the stalls of fresh vegetables and fruits, homemade bread and cakes, cheese and eggs, we are drawn into the story of humanity. Farmer markets connect us with our past, and present an optimistic alternative to a dreaded dystopianContinue reading “Farmers Markets – Celebrating Food”
Category Archives: Family Farming
We Are Farmers At Heart
My grandparents, on both sides of my family, were farmers. Their lives were governed by the seasons, the weather, the markets and the lives of animals under their care. Only a few of their grandchildren and great-grandchildren remained on the land. We have moved into a new era of food distribution that removes usContinue reading “We Are Farmers At Heart”
The Year of Family Farming
“People in my neighbourhood are so disconnected from the fresh food supply that kids don’t know an eggplant from a sweet potato. We have to show them how to get grounded in the truest sense of the word.” Ron Finley The United Nations has designated the year 2014 as the International Year of FamilyContinue reading “The Year of Family Farming”
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