As we are heading into September, the late summer sun gently touching our agricultural lands, we are once again in a transition. From summer bounty to fall, we find ourselves in the seasonal preparation for winter. It’s the last push of life before the months of darkness and hibernation and recovery. The perfect time for us to get an update on late summer produce – directly from the fields.
Which produce is leaving us and which is coming in? How does it need to be handled and stored, what are the prices we need to expect, and why? Here is an entire episode to expand our understanding of agriculture (organic agriculture that is) and the reality of a farmer’s life.
Listen to This Podcast Episode on Organic Agriculture and This Fall’s Harvest
“Late Summer Produce: An Update from the Fields”
This work is advocating for and creating a more sustainable, healthier world, a more conscientious way of living in our attempt to be better, more responsible stewards of this beautiful planet that surely can use a bit more love these days, and always.
Helge Hellberg in an organic conversation with some of his dear friends at Earl’s Organic Produce: Earl Herrick, Founder & Owner; Christie Biddle, Buyer; Anthony Mirisciotta, Buyer