Regina Beidler, Organic Valley Farm owner & East Coast Regional Specialist for Farmers in Marketing and Mathieu (Matt) J. Choiniere, $10,000 Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship winner from Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. take a moment to talk about how Organic Valley has impacted their lives.
As far as I know there is no such thing as a milk sommelier, but based on the variety of milk available at my local grocery store, perhaps there ought to be. There seem to be more choices now than ever, and that's a good thing, although it can be a bit confusing.
Alongside regular cow's milk, soy milk and almond milk, a relative newcomer has come to the milk aisle--grassmilk.
Within the ever evolving tale of organics, there are many sub-narratives. Some are topics that prove contentious, some complex and some confounding.
When Organic Valley decided to invest in a new headquarters, company leaders built the nearly $6 million complex, with room for hundreds of workers, right in La Farge, pop. 774.
How did an organic food producer and a regional health system come together to work on a wind energy generation project?
Thank you all for your many messages of concern regarding the fire at our La Farge headquarters on May 14. It was a very sad day as we watched our headquarters burn. While our material losses are painful, we are so very grateful that no one was harmed. We are incredibly thankful to the community members, volunteer firefighters and emergency personnel for their heroic efforts and on-going support.
Membership grows. Consumer demand rises. Sustainability progresses. The nation’s largest organic farmer-owned cooperative marches onward.