I saw an advertisement last week that would make any organic farmers blood boil. In the Wall Street Journal on December 6th (Pg. A-10) there was a half page ad showing a young boy’s face, the American flag with the red and white strips flowing into rows of cropsRead More
Like ranching and farming the work of a cheese maker is seven days a week. The years schedule is written by nature and pauses only for a seasonal change. In the transition to winter the rhythm will slow just enough for a break from the day to day grind and maintenance.
Wendy Mitchell, the owner of Avalanche Cheese Company, is entering her fifthRead More
Honey Bees are not native to America. Their establishment here is credited to European settlers and their long sea voyages in the 1700s and 1800s. These arduous trips, which lasted six to eight weeks, required the bees to remain tightly confined. In such an unnatural environment, this precious cargo was difficult to keep alive andRead More