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2015 Agritourism Conference and Farm Tours

Way back in April, I did something a little crazy. I signed up to speak at a Vermont Agritourism Conference on the topic of “Using Digital Media to Capture and Share Your Farm’s Unique Assets.” I have been so interested in and inspired by the work of the Agritourism movement in Vermont – and wanted […]

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Cas-Cad-Nac Alpaca Farm

During a Vermont Agritourism Conference I attended in early April (more on that soon!), one of the presenters mentioned Cas-Cad-Nac Alpaca Farm. I was looking for another place to visit and photograph on my way home and as you know I can’t resist adorable livestock. I called the farm and they were so kind to accommodate me for a […]

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The CSA Cookbook Review

I’ve expressed my adoration for Linda Ly’s Garden Betty Blog before, so of course I was thrilled to be given the chance to review her first book, The CSA Cookbook. With this book, Linda aims to help us “cook your way through a CSA box or backyard garden bounty with seasonal recipes.” Her blog is such a […]

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Healthy Changes for 2015

Happy New Year! Are you sick of hearing about resolutions yet? No? Oh Good 😉 I have a few fun posts planned but they weren’t quite ready yet. So instead I thought I would talk about a few little changes that have made it easier to eat more vegetables and support local farmers. I know it’s only the 14th […]

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Slow Flowers

After years of drooling over images of gorgeous arrangements from my favorite florists Saipua, Floret, and Studio Choo, I started to learn about a growing community (pun intended) of florists, farmers, and flower lovers who are advocating for the production and use of locally grown flowers, often called the Slow Flower movement. Like the Slow Food movement, the Slow Flower movement champions […]

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