It's here! Our preview episode with Amber Waves Farm
This preview episode features Female Farmer Project Founder, Audra Mulkern and co-host Kate Doughty discussing their plans for the upcoming season. Katie Baldwin and Amanda Merrow of Amber Waves Farm are our special guests. Dana Hubanks is our featured farmer/musician and Peconic Land Trust our featured non-profit.
Episode 0.5 Available on Soundcloud (link above) or subscribe on iTunes!
Hosts, Audra Mulkern and Kate Doughty. Produced by Steven Bell
To read our Amber Waves Farm feature, click HERE
Amber Waves Farm - Our mission is to produce organic, healthy food for our local community, to reintroduce wheat to the East End of Long Island food shed, and to provide extensive educational opportunities in food and farming for children and families and aspiring farmers who apprentice with us each season.
Quail Hill Farm - One of the original Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms in the U.S., is located in Amagansett, New York, on land donated to the Peconic Land Trust by Deborah Ann Light. Since it was established in 1990, Quail Hill Farm has grown to 35 acres serving over 250 families.
Peconic Land Trust- The Peconic Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established in 1983 by John v.H. Halsey and a small group of local residents to ensure the protection of Long Island’s working farms, natural lands, and heritage. Since 1983, the Trust has worked diligently with landowners, communities, municipalities, and partner organizations to protect nearly 12,000 acres of land, conserving more working farms on Long Island than any other private conservation organization, and securing millions of dollars from the public and private sector for land protection.
A special thanks to Joe Mulkern for writing and performing our theme song. Endless gratitude to Katie and Amanda for spending their precious time with us, thank you for being our first guests. To singer/songwriter, Dana Hubanks for allowing us to feature her beautiful music, be sure to see her on tour with the DiTrani Brothers.
This episode is sponsored in part by Top of the Hill Music, thank you!
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