Thursday, September 01, 2005

Podcast #7, Hawthorne Valley Farm




In today's edition of the podcast, I interview Deborah Greig, Lori Bell and Carissa Albin from the Hawthorne Valley Farm, a Demeter Certified Biodynamic Farm in Ghent, NY. We speak about biodynamic Farming, the differences and similarities between "organic" and "sustainable" farming, and the structure of the farm.


l-r: Deborah Greig, Carissa Albin, Lori Bell



Join me at the Inwood Greenmarket (Isham St between Seaman and Cooper, A train or 1 train to 207th St.) on Saturday Sept 3, 11AM-1PM for cooking demos.

Quick Tip: Peeling Ginger

Featured Website: 101cookbooks.com

Music: "Can't Hold it Down", Andy Sullivan, www.andysullivan.com

2 Comments:

At 4:58 PM, September 05, 2005, Blogger Kevin said...

Great show. I was wondering if you or any of your readers knew about CSA in North Carolina (Triangle area).

I would be very interested in tring one of these services out. I would like to find out what others think are the best in the area.

Thanks,

Kevin

 
At 5:09 PM, September 05, 2005, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks, Kevin, that's nice of you. To be truthful, I'm not at all an expert on CSA's, although a cursory websearch turned up these links, which may be good places to start:

http://www.carolinafarmstewards.org/

http://www.asapconnections.org/calendar/calendar_2002.htm

http://www.buyappalachian.org/

This one has actual addresses of several farms that operate CSA arrangements. I'm not familiar with the addresses, so you'd have to figure out which are closest to you:

http://greenleaf.uncg.edu/community_supported_agriculture.html

 

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