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Happy Mother’s Day IOUs

Mother’s Day is a chance to show love to the women who love us most. Flowers are wonderful, but when we also give gifts of our time, it truly makes days even brighter. At Organic Valley, we want to help you show your love and appreciation. We created a Mother’s Day IOU booklet that’s easy …

May 4th, 2018  |  Published in Family, Featured Post


DIY Natural Egg Dyes

Yes, you can dye brown eggs! Natural dyes work beautifully with organic brown eggs, creating rich, muted colors. Try natural dyes from beets (pink), turmeric or boiled onion skins (yellow), and boiled red cabbage leaves (blue). Here’s how: 1. Prepare the dyes: RED/PINK: Boil a few cut beets in a small pot of water until …

March 27th, 2018  |  Published in Family, In the Kitchen, Sustainable Living  |  1 Comment


Rootstock Radio: Food Allergies & Why Organic is Not a Fad

Download We’re hard at work on some great new episodes for 2018, so today on Rootstock Radio, we’re bringing you a very popular episode that originally aired in March 2017. Robyn O’Brien is an author, former food industry analyst, TEDx speaker and mother of four. She is also founder of the AllergyKids Foundation, an organization that aims …

December 26th, 2017  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, Food & Ag Issues, Rootstock Radio  |  1 Comment


Rootstock Radio: Shaping the Story of Food

Download Anna Lappé is a widely respected author and educator. The founder of Real Food Media and co-founder of Small Planet Institute with her mother Frances Moore Lappé, Anna has authored or co-authored three books, and is a contributing author to ten others. Her work has been featured in publications such as the New York …

November 21st, 2017  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, Food & Ag Issues, Organic Farming, Rootstock Radio  |  1 Comment


Rootstock Radio: Secrets from Chef Monique Hooker’s Kitchen

Download Culinary pioneer Monique Jamet Hooker is a chef, teacher, and author with a lifelong enthusiasm for food and travel. Born on a small farm in Brittany, France, to a family of modest means, Monique trained as a professional chef in Europe before moving to the United States in the 1960s—bringing her heritage in French …

August 22nd, 2017  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, In the Kitchen, Rootstock Radio, Sustainable Living


Rootstock Radio: What Makes Organic Agriculture (& Life on a Farm) Beautiful

Download Regina Beidler calls herself an “accidental farmer,” but her commitment to organic agriculture, sustainability, rural communities, and caring for her animals is deeply intentional (and about as far from accidental as it gets.) Regina and her husband, Brent, own and operate a 40 cow organic dairy farm in Randolph Center, Vermont. They transitioned to …

August 2nd, 2017  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, Organic Farming, Rootstock Radio


Highly Qualified

My husband and I and our two sons run this farm.  My sons do most of the mechanical repairs and improvements here.  Those two boys can rip apart any piece of machinery and get it back in working order.  They’ve torn apart the combine, tractors, augers, belts, chains, even took our old farm truck and …

March 27th, 2017  |  Published in Family


Sweetening Life’s Possibilities Through Culinary Education

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest contribution from The Floured Apron. The Floured Apron is a non-profit based in the North Shore area of Chicago whose mission is to empower women from underserved communities in Chicago with the training, knowledge, and mentoring to forge a new and more economically-secure career path. Our objectives are to: …

January 10th, 2017  |  Published in Family, In the Kitchen, Power of We, WomenShare


Thanksgiving Tips: Part 2

According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, getting food onto Americans’ plates accounts for 80 percent of the country’s fresh water consumption, 50 percent of American land use and 10 percent of the total United States energy budget. Although the system as a whole is not perfect, food is a necessity for human life and …

November 23rd, 2016  |  Published in Family, In the Kitchen, Sustainability


Holiday Conundrum

Holidays are a great time for families to get together.  However, animals don’t recognize holidays and their care doesn’t either.  Around our farm, we try to have lunch around 1:00 so we can finish milking and get the cows out, the barn cleaned and bedded.  We eat lunch, visit, relax, then at 4:00 p.m., we go …

November 14th, 2016  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, Organic Farming


 
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