A journey of wide discovery about our food and sustainable agriculture.
Harriet Fasenfest explains how her love of food gardening, of cooking, and her early exposure to social issues evolved into her own brand of political consciousness that guides her present life.
When Virginia Yoder and her husband Emerson began to farm on their 50 acre property, near Molalla, Oregon, in the mid to late 1940′s, America’s food supply was still bound directly with the seasons.
If you are thinking about growing and preserving your own food, Fasenfest outlines an approach that you can customize to fit your specific householding needs.
Next on Food.Farmer.Earth we examine the art of householding from the perspective of two very different individuals from different walks of life.
The food buyer’s club Know Thy Food brings community, transparency and a far greater sense of empowerment to its members, What do their members like about it?
Know Thy Food buyer’s club began in 2008, when Rebecca Andersson realized they wanted to have more control over the food they were feeding their children.
Donald Kotler, of TOAST demonstrates how to make two tasty dishes from fresh garden squash: Chilled Squash Soup and Lamb Stuffed Squash
A small parenting group for expectant mothers quickly grew into a 900-member food buyer’s club. Why join a food buyer’s club. Chef Donald Kotler shares two tasty dishes using zucchini and yellow squash.
Farmers across the country (and increasingly the world) rely upon technology as an integral part of their day to day farming operations.
The day we visited David Brewer of Emerson Dell Farm in late July, he was nearing the end of his wheat harvest on about 1200 acres of dry-land, soft white winter wheat crop.