Theresa Draper took over her parents farm and renamed it Draper Girls Country Farm to reflect the fact that her 3 daughters were part of the new operation. In the 1990′sI Draper expanded the farm stand into a u-pick farm, offering cherries, peaches, pears, and apples to be picked by the public.
It’s almost Labor Day, and that means a new school year is about to begin, or has just begun for many school children. Perhaps as a parent of a young child you are wondering what new ideas to help encourage them to eat a nutritious lunch, and also expand their developing food palettes.
The Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter this week focuses on the Oregon White Truffle as we hunt and cook with elusive delicacy.
Coming next week on Food.Farmer.Earth the focus is on farm fresh fruit.
It’s not so easy to deliver nature in a bottle.