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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Her Business is Growing

By: 
KarenShapiro
August 11, 2017

By now, you may have heard that Mycoterra Farm of Westhampton is expanding its mushroom production to South Deerfield.  Let us introduce you to the woman who's the driving force behind this fungus among us.

Working Like a Dog

By: 
KarenShapiro
Octomber 27, 2016

We returned to Tanstaafl Farm recently to learn more about its border collie training program.

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Beyond Sustainability: Beef in a New Agricultural Model

Recorded September 24, 2016

Food activist and farmer Ridge Shinn discusses his new grass-fed beef program for Northeast farmers and shares how new grazing methods can restore soil fertility and sequester atmospheric carbon.

Farm Tour 2016

By: 
KarenShapiro
September 1, 2016

Yesterday, Congressman Jim McGovern visited Greenfield's own Tanstaafl Farm as part of his annual agricultural listening tour.  Afterwards, he shared about problems that local farmers face and some possible solutions.

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2016 NOFA Summer Conference --- Social & Racial Justice Panel

August 13, 2016

Three activists, Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm, Karen Washington of Rise & Root Farm, and Diana Robinson of the Food Chain Workers Alliance, explain how to bring racial justice to the food system.  This panel was part of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) 2016 Summer Conference.

Right to Farm

By: 
KarenShapiro
August 16, 2016

Learn what one entrepreneur is doing to ensure equal access to food and the ability to grow it.  Photo Credit:  Soul Fire Farm

Emerging Market

May 10, 2016

Farmers & consumers now have a second, mid-week, chance to connect in the heart of downtown.

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Direct to Consumer

May 3, 2016

Let us introduce you to some of the people that make up Greenfield's thriving Saturday farmers' market.

Carbon Sequestration

August 28, 2015

By restoring grasslands & increasing the use of cover crops, we can reduce the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide to safe levels and we can do it very quickly.  A farmer, a rancher, and an activist explain how.

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