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Hobo Meals

Though the name suggests something less than to be desired, this meal is fun and super delicious.  Don’t let the name fool you!  Just ask my live-in food critics, Owen and Ellie.  Not only is it yummy, but it’s also a chance for them to make it themselves. The inspiration for the meal originated from …

August 7th, 2015  |  Published in Family, In the Kitchen, Recipes


Grow Creativity. Grow Closer as a Family. Grow a Garden.

The youth of today are disconnected from their food system more than ever before. Many have never lived or stepped foot on a farm in their life. This saddens me as an agriculturist, as a student, and as a consumer. Food is commercial. It is artificial. They do not know where their food comes from. …

July 24th, 2015  |  Published in Family


3 Things I’ve Learned As a New Mom

I am a new mom. With this new title I’ve suddenly adopted comes endless pieces of advice from family, friends, strangers you see on the street, and of course, the Facebook friends you’re not really friends with. I’ve heard various things like, “sleep when the baby sleeps,” or “let them cry it out,” and the list …

July 8th, 2015  |  Published in Family, Sustainable Living


Memories with Morel Mushrooms

Some of my earliest memories center around time spent outdoors with my parents and my four older siblings. Growing up on a farm, outdoor time was an everyday occurrence, not necessarily a special event. Taking time away from chores and farm work, now that was a special occasion! Morel mushroom hunting just so happened to …

May 27th, 2015  |  Published in Family, Outdoors


You Know You’re a Mom When..

In celebration of Mother’s Day, we asked employees throughout the co-op to finish this sentence, “You know you’re a mom when..” With over 100 submissions, the responses are funny, touching and all too familiar. Happy Mother’s Day to Mother’s everywhere! We appreciate all that you do. You know you’re a mom when.. You function better …

May 8th, 2015  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, WomenShare


Meat ‘n Taters

“Meat ‘n Taters” was guest written by Organic Valley Senior Copy Editor Kimberly Kafka. Don’t read on if you’re looking for recipes. Do read on if you like answers to “life’s persistent questions.” When most folks think of meat ‘n taters, they think “comfort food.” Sunday roast ‘n mashers, steak and bakers, burgers ‘n fries, …

April 10th, 2015  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, Health & Wellness


Farmer Love Stories

Have you read an Organic Valley farmer profile? If you have, chances are you’ve heard a remarkable love story. This Valentine’s Day enjoy six love stories from Organic Valley farmer profiles from across the country. Find a farm in your area and read their story. Tony and Carrie O’Reilly, MN There was something about that …

February 4th, 2015  |  Published in CROPP Culture, Family


Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center

How can I change the world? Gary and Judy Lohmeyer have given this question more than just a passing thought. In fact it’s this thought that’s guided the way they’ve lived their lives. “When our children were very young we made the decision to farm organically to enhance the health of our soil, animals, and family. …

November 14th, 2014  |  Published in Family, Sustainable Living


Farmland Ferment

So, I was driving home from work, minding my own business, when, WHAM, there it was. On a rise east of the county highway, two wild boars were crashing through a perfectly good fence. As I slowed down to watch the two porcine devils frozen in mid jump, exploding fence shards suspended in mid-air like …

October 21st, 2014  |  Published in Family, Featured Post, Food & Ag Issues, Power of We, Travel


Raspberry Ice Cream – A Family Experience

Making ice cream is a tradition in my family and a bonding experience. When I was little, my parents used to own and operate a quaint ice cream store. On the weekends and after school my four older siblings would help work behind the counter. While they were busy working, I was learning how to …

October 13th, 2014  |  Published in CROPP Culture, Family, In the Kitchen, Recipes


 
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