Fully sustainable farming is possible with animals maintaining the land and creating food. But it takes many hands and many animals to make this work. Check out the video below created by USA Today and posted on YouTube.
Rodale Institute, a local organic farm, store and learning facility, is putting on events and sales for farmers/gardeners of all ages and skill levels. Join us to support sustainable living and growth through the Earth's great bounty!
Make Your Own Rain Barrel
Register to learn the benefits of rain barrels, installation and maintenance for different types of rain water harvesting systems, as well as hands-on construction of a rain barrel using a 55-gallon food grade reused barrel that attendees will take home.
Organic Plant Sale
May 20-21, 27-28
Can't wait to get your hands dirty? We have everything you need to get your organic garden going and growing. Certified organic plants, compost, seeds, tools and more! Self-guided tours are available.
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Brian and Alanna Holbach, owners and operators of the Rockland Roots farm-to-table food truck started their mobile restaurant as a way to gain more control over the food they prepared. Brian, a long-time chef, found joy in creating meals on the island of St. Thomas. The menu was constantly changing depending on what food was shipped to the island.He and Alanna combined the challenge and creative freedom of preparing seasonal food with their basic philosophies to create Rockland Roots.“We only cook food we would be happy to serve our kids; source food from local farms whenever possible; and are conscious about using processed foods and GMOs,” Alanna said.To currently stumble across their truck (often found in Rockland, Westchester and Bergen Counties, visit their website to...