Cool Find in Storage at Amish Family Farm
How do Amish keep food cold? Amish refrigeration comes in many forms. A farmer shares how he uses ice storage to refrigerate goods. The family cuts ice blocks from a pond in winter and block ice remains abundant in the ice house after a sweltering August.
The Well-Deserved Hype Behind Organic Grassmilk®
Cows that eat grass only produce Organic Valley Grassmilk! These grass-fed cows get plenty of time on pasture, giving grassmilk a richer, creamier texture. There’s lots of good in grassmilk, and it provides a higher level of “good fat” than regular milk.
A Vast Partnership to Protect Our Planet
A carbon insetting initiative supported by more than 15 partners awards farmers for reducing emissions and for sequestering more carbon. Farmers will increase eco-friendly practices like planting more trees, installing more solar and making organic compost.
No Idle Hands: A Farm Photo Essay
For all the farmers out there who don’t know what a three-day weekend is, this one’s for you.
What Does Certified Organic Mean?
The green, brown, and white USDA Organic seal is such a simple little image, but it holds so much meaning for organic food and farming—more than most people are aware!
Dedicated to Dirt, Pasture and Doing Our Part to Fight the Climate Crisis
The extreme weather that comes with climate change has been visible the past few months with floods, wildfires and droughts. Organic farmers work through the challenging extremes and they continue their eco-friendly practices to help fight climate change