Laura Mortimore farms solo at Orange Cat Community Farm near Reedsburg, Wisc., where she produces over 40 different varieties of certified organic vegetables. She sells her food at the Baraboo Farmers’ Market on Saturdays, and via a 140-member CSA with pick-up sites in Baraboo, Reedsburg, Wisconsin Dells, Portage and Sauk City. “The most challenging aspect of […]
This week’s podcast features farmer Andy Watson of Sprouting Acres, a certified organic CSA and market farm in Cambridge, Wisc. Andy walks us through harvesting salad mix and discusses his CSA, crops, and educating consumer at the farmers’ market–and his tortoise-approved salad mix. For a list of what’s available at farmers’ markets, visit the Dane […]
This is the first Monday of the Summer Pledge Drive – But the program will be a discussion by Kyle Richmond and the Friends of Silverwood Park, a 300 acre park to be devoted to sustainable agriculture education that is being planned for southeast Dane County by the Dane County Parks Division with other partners like the city […]
You’ve heard of open source software, but have you heard of open source seeds? Jack Kloppenburg tells the Buzz all about it.
On Tuesday March 26th, host Anjuli Brekke interviewed farmer, author and professor Philip Ackerman-Leist about creating local, sustainable and secure food systems.
On Tuesday July 24th host Anjuli Brekke (subbing for Cynthia Lin) focused on ways to promote sustainable agricultural as well as the practice of using antibiotics in meat. Anjuli interviewed Jonathan Kaplan, Director of Food and Agriculture at the Natural Resources Defense Council. For more than fifteen years, Jonathan has launched policy and market-facing initiatives […]