Sarah Potenza: How WWOOF Did Ecotourism Long Before it was Cool
WWOOF’s model for cultural exchange on organic farms connects people from all over the world through shared values of good food, sustainability and community. WWOOF was doing ecotourism before that term had even been invented!
What Do Organic Valley Free-Range Hens Eat?
We get lots of interesting questions about chickens, but maybe the most-asked is the most basic. What does an egg-laying hen eat?
Amanda Oborne: Helping the “Ag of the Middle” Thrive
Farm infrastructures in the U.S. are designed to support either very big or very small farms, which leaves mid-sized producers—the “Ag of the Middle”—without resources or a market. Amanda Oborne of Ecotrust is supporting these often-overlooked farms in order to create a flourishing regional food system.
Bob Quinn: The Modern Benefits of Ancient Grains
Author and organic farmer Bob Quinn is pioneering sustainable agriculture and alternative energy on his farm in Montana, and a key factor is the ancient wheat-like grain Kamut®.
Celebrating Women Farmers on International Women’s Day
When most people hear the word “farmer,” the first image that pops to mind is usually of a man. But that image is slowly beginning to change to one of a woman driving the tractor—and making the major farm decisions.
How Do We Love Our Animals? Let Us Count the Ways…
See the love and care our farmers show their cows in wide open pastures, and find out what we love most about making the best organic dairy for you.