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California welcomes its first edible cricket farm

California welcomes its first edible cricket farm | MNN - Mother Nature Network

Family in Alabama will give their successful farm business to the best essay!… Write an Essay to Win a Goat Farm & Dairy for Almost Free

from Cooking Up a Story

An Urban Farm Feeds Local Neighborhood with Help from Disabled (video)

An Urban Farm Feeds Local Neighborhood with Help from Disabled (video)…Tim Donovan at Project Grow oversees the growing and distribution of food at their urban farm. For full story and video: https://cookingupastory.com/an-urban-farm-feeds-local-neighborhood-with-help-from-disabled

In her 80's, still growing food and putting it up…Home Economics: Living Off the Farm. Watch the video: https://cookingupastory.com/home-economics-living-off-the-farm

"This comprehensive digital guide offers plain-language explanations of the dozens of federal programs and policies most important to sustainable agriculture and how farmers, ranchers, and grassroots organizations nationwide can access them."…New Grassroots Guide to Federal Farm and Food Programs Helps Distill Farm Bill Resources | National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition

from Cooking Up a Story

Harvesting Fresh Fruit Berries For A Local Farmer’s Market

Join us as we visit a berry farm where the growers are harvesting fresh fruit berries, and preparing their load for sale at a local farmer’s market. Watch the video: https://cookingupastory.com/harvesting-fresh-fruit-berries-for-a-local-farmers-market #farmersmarketweek

from Cooking Up a Story

Preserving Endangered Heritage Breeds of Livestock

This video story is about a young farming couple and the good work they do on their (Boondockers) Farm. They raise endangered heritage breeds such as Ancona and Saxony ducks, Delaware chickens, Gloucestershire Old Spots pigs, and Dutch Belted Cows. Check out it out! [in photo: Dutch Belt Cows standing In pasture]

from Des Moines Register

As the world's farmers age, new blood is needed

Eating organic food is on the rise, and organic farming methods set soil up to better withstand drought, according to new research.