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Four years into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, some Americans are losing confidence that the conventional wisdom at our disposal, whether liberal or conservative, is capable of restoring the financial security and opportunity we once enjoyed.
Next week on Food.Farmer.Earth we take a closer look at milk.
Kathy Unger, of Unger Farms, talks about her Albion strawberries, and their amazing longevity for reliably producing fruit from June through October. Their flavor, is perhaps second only to the (unbelievably great) Hood River variety in the region.
As farmers markets across the country have grown exponentially over the years, one farm’s local success can be directly traced to this phenomenon.
It’s summer outside, the berries are ripe for picking, and the kids are thirsty. Maybe it’s time for fresh berry soda!
A short preview of next week’s episodes being featured on Food.Farmer.Earth.
Is it a practical goal worthy of hard work to achieve? Or, too lofty a goal, with more modest expectations, still plenty worth the effort? Tim Donovan shares his unique perspective on the matter.
Profile of an urban farm in Portland, Oregon that delivers fresh food to local neighborhood CSA members, and receives assistance from adults with disabilities.