Today’s guests are Trey and Deidre Flemming from Two Gander Farm in Downingtown, Pennsylvania where they grow produce, herbs, and flowers in addition to managing an apiary. Trey left a career in Wildlife Biology and Natural Resource Management, and Deirdre left a career in aquatic agriculture to start farming.
In today’s episode, Deidre, Trey and I discuss:
- the difference between sustainable and regenerative agriculture
- the change in taste of their honey from year to year based on the available floral sources
- how to store produce from community supported agriculture shares…and much more
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Jennifer M. Dolan is a registered dietitian nutritionist with over three decades of experience in critical care where she developed expertise in metabolism of food. She developed an appreciation for food culture and tradition through her travels and believes that one can experience a sense of place through food. She is the founder and editor in chief of Terroir News which reports news and information on the concept of terroir.