“Food insecurity is such a big issue in Washington County,” Wendy Harrington, the director of service programs at the mission’s Down East campus in Cherryfield, said.
With the new club educating children and families on what exactly goes into raising a variety of different animals, Judy Smith said they will be more informed about what exactly goes into raising the food they consume.
Regardless where the future takes her, helping others will be at the center of her plans.
Unfortunately, Jason is no longer with us.
The poster represents the 41st annual Common Ground Country Fair, which will be be held Sept. 22 through Sept. 24.
She finds inspiration in archaeology, ancient history, ecology, music, scavenger animals and outer space.
“Where [farmers] are all spread out on the landscape during the growing season and the busy time of the year, I think the [trades show] is a good time to get everyone together.”
“Growing Home” will air the first of 13 30-minute episodes at 11 a.m. Sunday
“I see this space as a way to connect the students to their community, thinking in terms of what to grow there in regards to what the community needs.”
PAJAMAS, BOOKS, AND CHICKENS
“We use the slow traditional process to give [the butter] better flavor. It gives it a more buttery flavor.”
THE BEE WHISPERER
“Welcome to winter 2017 on Rusty Metal Farm, where it’s shaping up to be a banner season and the only reason I am not filing a change-of-address form to The Bahamas is — as so often the case — thanks to my neighbors and friends.”