• In the News: Milk Supply Commentary
  • In the News: Milk Supply Commentary

    The Northeast is taking another look at milk supply management. The options are limited, but they are options nonetheless. Will this effort find the first steps in a new path forward? 

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Sarah Galbraith

Sarah Galbraith

Sarah Galbraith of Marshfield is a freelance writer who has worked on renewable energy and local food programs for 10 years. As of this writing, she was expecting her first child in November.

Campfire Cooking

Using a Wood Fire to Prepare Locally Sourced Summer Dishes

Sarah Galbraith | May 26, 2015 | Summer '15 | Issue thirty-three

Chicken

Camping is one of the most sensory pleasures of summer. There are the natural sights, such as towering trees, wildlife, sunsets, and stars, and the sounds, such as those of birds that start their trilling morning songs and lakes that lap at shores in the distance.

Set the Table with Homemade Local Baby Food

Sarah Galbraith | November 16, 2014 | Set the Table

Baby

Many of us spend the fall preserving the local flavors of the harvest season. Squash, apples, beets, carrots, and the year’s final greens are cellared, canned, and frozen. But the anticipated addition to our family of a new little one has me preserving these foods in a new way: as homemade baby food.

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