Hey look! Our friend Aube and her great blog, Kitchen Vignettes, are on the PBS site!
Kitchen Vignettes on PBS.
scroll down on the site for pumpkin apple baked beans…. yum.
This past summer I spent two weeks volunteering on a farm in Maine. While I was there, I created a project photographing farm apprentices in the Penobscot Bay area in hopes of capturing the incredible work the young individuals have chosen to do, as well as gain a better understanding as to why they are pursuing the farm life.
Notes from the field…Dearest Young Agrarian,
We’ve got lots of exciting updates heading into the fall and winter season. From a newly updated website, release of our Land Linking Guide and a series of events across the province, there is much to see, do and share!
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engagement with a mucky ecosystem.
70.8% – a great blog with beautiful images HERE.
Seventy point eight is the percentage of ocean to landmass on our planet. get wet…a rambling personal collection of news, books, images, ideas, and whatever else I find interesting relating to our aqueous environment..with an emphasis on small boats, sailing, boat design and designers and boatbuilding and builders, especially home builders. And a certain curiosity about seasteading.
Media Art at Farms in the Catskills
Greenhorns, this is a blog worth following, both for its words (“Pulling a cool dirt blanket over a year’s worth of success and failure feels like shaking up an etch-a-sketch and disappearing that terrible looking stick man you spent all summer trying to draw“) and for its images (see below).
thank you to cathy stanton
Cycle Farm, LLC is located in the heart of Spearfish Valley, in the northern Black Hills of South Dakota. The land has been farmed for many years; most recently it has been lovingly cultivated with hops. We grow mixed vegetables for CSA and market (Spearfish Farmer’s Market on Friday evenings). We are enthusiastic about building community and local resiliency through the food system using human-powered and natural farming practices.
Cycle Farm is on Facebook. Let’s be friends.
“History at the Table” aims to serve as a central point of information and discussion about emerging collaborations among working farms, local and regional food networks, and historic sites and organizations, with a particular focus on the American northeast. The blog focuses on the emerging role of historic sites and museums in creating and sharing collective knowledge about both the past and present of farming. We see this as a way to help clarify the complex history of individual and political choices that created industrial agriculture and the equally long history of questioning and resistance that has contributed to a variety of “alternative” models over time, including the many efforts currently underway to build more equitable and sustainable modes of food production and consumption. Continue Reading →
+ some hip videos – http://www.fritzhaeg.com/garden/initiatives/edibleestates/main.html