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Owner of The Farm on St. Mathias works to increase the resiliency of the community- Morrison County Record Read article here.

Truckin’ local foods with biofuel- UofM RSDP Happenings Read article here.

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School cafeterias may switch to locally grown foods- Wadena Pioneer Journal Read article here.

The Farm on St. Mathias is still growing- litterally: Use of high tunnels extend the season a few more weeks for The Farm- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Lakes Area Food: Growing more than food out at The Farm- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Article on the transformation of The Farm into a viable local foods hub for Farm to School and farm to institution August, 2012- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Farm to School article, Sept 2011- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Corn Maze article, Sept 2011- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Article written by Arlene on Farm Dining in local publication Her Voice.  Great story, great pictures- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Farm to School article on The Farm on St. Mathias, on the farm2schoolmn.org website- Cho Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Read article here.

The Farm on St. Mathias hosts community gardens for nonprofit organizations in the Brainerd Lakes Area.  The gardens were highlighted in this ray bans sale article from the Brainerd Daily Dispatch- Brainerd Dispatch Read article here.

Last October, Bob and Arlene were interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio. The piece was also picked up by KSTP in Minneapolis and Lacrosse, Wisconsin’s “Lacrosse Tribune.”  You can listen to the audio here and also read oakleys outlet the text.

 

 

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