bringing textiles into the conversation for truly living locally and gently – all beginning with a personal one-year challenge to live in clothes whose fibers and dyes were sourced within 150 miles of Rebecca’s home in San Geronimo, California — thereafter knowns as the “Fibershed” project.
here is a link to a film by joe york of southernfoodways.
In and around Hudson? Grazin’ Angus Acres–those authentic, pasture loving, grass fed & finished cattle raisers–are opening a REAL grass fed & finished burger joint in Hudson. Opening in a month or two at the old diner on Warren street across from the park. It just so happens, it’s also a hop, skip, and jump from the new Greenhorns office at Warren & 7th. Lunch anyone?
If you’re interested in being a part, Grazin’ Angus Acres is currently on the search for service and they’re keen to hire folks who are passionate about good, clean food.
Contact Farmer Dan @ 518-392-3620 or @ email@example.com – and check out his interview on NBC Nightly News! http://www.grazinangusacres.com/3.html
learn about them HERE: http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/young-farmers/Content?oid=1752043
John Whitman Davis, known to everyone as “Whit,” is proprietor of one of the oldest farms in the state. Located on a gorgeous plot of land bordered by Long Island Sound, the Stanton Davis farm was established in the middle 1600s by Thomas Stanton, the interpreter general for the crown colonies of New England: http://www.workingtheland.com/interview-davis.htm
small and beginner farmers of nh.
we met the Concrete Beet Farmers - an up and coming urban farm in the Phillips neighborhood of Minneapolis - at the Macalester screening event in MN – check them out!