Lynn Blomstrand

For Carter’s Sake–For All of our Carters’ Sakes

July 24, 2019 By Mike Schut, Farm Table’s Senior Program Director My dear seventeen-year-old nephew Carter visited recently. One day he simply stated, “I think all of us should focus on addressing climate change all the time.” Over the last nine months two particularly strongly worded scientific reports have been issued by two United Nations-backed …

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Samantha Montana: Why do you support Farm Table Foundation’s mission?

July 24, 2019 – By Samantha Montana I am Samantha Montana, a teacher at the Amery Intermediate School. Farm Table has been a great learning resource for AIM (Amery Inquiring Minds). AIM is a project-based learning program for sixty 3rd-5th graders within the Amery Intermediate School. We seek authentic learning experiences for our student community …

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Being a Wildly Successful Farm Means Playing by Gopher Prairie’s Rules

May 14, 2019 By Brian DeVore, Land Stewardship Project; author of Wildly Successful Farming Tyler Carlson farms near “Gopher Prairie,” the fictional setting for Sinclair Lewis’s 1920 novel, Main Street. In the book, Lewis, who grew up in the real Gopher Prairie, otherwise known as Sauk Centre, Minnesota, used biting satire to poke fun at …

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