For years, I thought the term “sidehill” was a figment of my late father’s ignorance. That’s not to say I didn’t know what he meant—we farmed the rolling hills of… Read more »
Posts Tagged: farming
Ringing up a Healthier Food System
As we’ve said in this blog before, a conversation with Ken Meter of the Crossroads Resource Center is always an enlightening experience. His economic analyses of food and farming systems… Read more »
What Lies Beneath Doesn’t Lie
Spring flood predictions are in the air, and you can bet that within the next several weeks a whole lot of that wayward water will be taking Grade A Midwestern… Read more »
Farm-to-School: The Next Big Thing?
At the state meeting of the Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota last Saturday, farmer Greg Reynolds opened his presentation on selling food to the Hopkins School District with a simple… Read more »