Kevin Chambers of Resonance Vineyards in Carleton, Oregon, is on the 32nd harvest for this property, and he’s using everything in his 3 decades of growing grapes to create a broader theory of how an effective farm should operate—a theory that combines the best from biodynamics, organics, and conventional agriculture.
Rudy Marchesi has crafted his life around a world devoted to food.
October 13, 2010 Farming and making wine on the homestead her grandparents established in 1927 in Brosseau, Alberta, Canada, Xina Chrapko from the get-go defines what organic means to her: “Why organic? It’s just because that’s how we’ve always farmed. A little pet peeve of mine is, you hear conventional farming and organic farming – […]
October 12, 2010 The name ‘crop mob‘ has been compared to the long ago community effort of barn raising: a group of people coming together to help a fellow farmer build a barn. Today, these volunteer hands meet up at a farm and pitch in to do whatever is needed. Barth Anderson, of Fair Food […]