Archive | June, 2016


Interview: Grace Gershuny on the Past, Future of Organics

Reflections of a Revolutionary Interview by Mark Keating Grace Gershuny is widely known as an author, educator and organic consultant. A back-to-the-land Vermonter since 1973, she began her longtime involvement with the organic grassroots movement by organizing regional conferences and developing an early certification program for the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA). In 1994, USDA […]


Interview: Author, Advocate Courtney White Unites Groups at Odds through Regenerative Agriculture

Finding Common Ground “Courtney, the Berlin Wall fell down up here.” These were the words of a Forest Service District Ranger back in 1998. He was talking about the wall between ranchers and environmentalists in the region, and people passing out the hammers and helping with the teardown were, and still are, called the Quivira […]