Green Pastures The local food movement inspires a new breed of farmers – right next door

Green Pastures The local food movement inspires a new breed of farmers – right next door

Originally posted in 2014 in the Chesterfield Monthly By Donna Gregory Burch | Photos by Ash Daniel With recent news stories about pink slime in ground beef, salmonella outbreaks in chicken and peanut butter, and the possible dangers of eating food containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, it’s not hard to understand why the “eatRead more about Green Pastures The local food movement inspires a new breed of farmers – right next door[…]

Chesterfield residents preserve threatened honeybee population

Chesterfield residents preserve threatened honeybee population

Originally posted on 5/6/2012 by Donna C. Gregory in the Chesterfield Observer As a kid, honeybees fascinated county beekeeper Ken Woodard. He’d catch honeybees in his yard while growing up in Georgia and then put them in jars with pieces of blooming clover, hoping they’d make honey. Later as an adult, that interest led toRead more about Chesterfield residents preserve threatened honeybee population[…]