Alison Gannett on Food, Farming and Climate Change
Inspired by the work of Alison Gannett, who is equally committed to working on issues of climate change as she is abotu harvesting her own food. With 75 acres of farm in Paonia, she knows the value of getting her hands dirty and having a direct connection to the food she grows.
“We’re all dying for a reconnection to something bigger… I wanted to farm because I wanted to be more sustainable and I didn’t think I would love it as much as I do.”
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