They're a big risk with the weather. It's out of their control. It's out of my control, it's out of their control. And you learn that what you've heard over the years can hit you one summer.
If you've ever tried to grow your own food, you know what Phil Christenson is talking about. The weather hit Indiana gardens in a big way this summer. We learn about the ripple effect from Phil harvesting next to nothing this year.
From Harvest Public Media, the tricky business of determining what property taxes farmers should pay on their land.
Judy Wicks built her restaurant around partnerships with local farmers, employees and community members.
Before that, the rise of fast-casual.
And recipes for Hanukkah, with Daniel Orr.
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