On the other hand, and here’s where I share with you my very optimistic sentiments, consider the local food movement. It’s community-based and provides healthy food that communities need to be resilient in times of disruption. It’s inherently optimistic, purporting that “what we need is here” (Wendell Berry), and that the interdependent food web in which we all participate will balance itself and provide.
The View from farm table country
March 24, 2020 By Mike Miles, Treasurer, Polk-Burnett Wisconsin Farmers Union Editor’s note: Mike Miles and his wife Barb run Anathoth Farm in Polk County.
March 24, 2020 – by Paula Knutson One of the joys of retirement has been discovering our new community’s gems. How wonderfully surprised we were
January 28, 2020 – by Paul Isakson Farm Table Foundation has become one of Amery’s largest downtown assets: as a restaurant, educational center, and community
November 16, 2019 – by Leslie Svacina I support Farm Table because of their commitment to local farmers, good food, and purposeful education; I also
September 15, 2019 – By Katy Ellefson Potato buns, boiled beets, rice pudding, steamed garden veggies in a roux sauce, dill pickles, hot cooked applesauce,