At his local boutique store, The Meadow, Mark Bitterman sells about 150 different varieties of finishing, curing, and infusion salts. He takes us on a visual world tour of some of his fine and exotic salts.
Research scientist and public domain plant breeder, Alan Kapuler, takes us on a tour of his greenhouse, he refers to as Kinship Garden.
In this video, Lon Rombough talks about his efforts to produce a satisfactory stoneless plum, and the earlier work of legendary plant breeder Luther Burbank who was the first to partially successful in developing two stoneless plum varieties.
An ongoing library of CUPS videos featuring local artisan wine producers and growers.
Frikeh is a middle-eastern dish made from immature (green) wheat whose natural development is permanently arrested by a roasting process in the field.
In an effort to save the honeybees, a veteran researcher, Lynn Royce, looks at tree hive bees to uncover the clues that may help their populations
At a team party, a group of soccer kids show us how to make the perfect s’more.
Culinary educator and food activist, Michele Knaus, demonstrates how to make a homemade Sorrel Soup from sorrel gathered from her own backyard garden.
Bill Taylor, of Taylor Shellfish Farms, a 4th generation oyster farmer shares his families century old connection to the shellfish industry.
I’m an itinerant documentary maker who has been visiting farms and talking to farmers for over 10 years.