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Another installment of Kevin TV from Kevin Kossowan this one from a “grape farmer” who also happens to make wine. Really fascinating insights into the wine making area in Canada (the Okanagan Valley) which is so often referred to as the … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I have posted a Kevin Kossowan video – so I was very happy to see today that not only did he have a video up, but that it seemed to me to be very apt … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I posted a Kevin Kossowan video, I’ve missed him ! So I went over to his site to see if I had missed anything and sure enough here was this great video of him building … Continue reading
This is a really lovely video about how to farm, raise animals and be a good steward of the land, really inspirational. Another winner from Kevin Kossowan.
Fascinating interview with really smart farmers who have a radically unique idea about how to farm and to some extent what it means to farm. Brilliant! For more information check out Kevin Kossowan’s awesome site.
Interesting piece that Kevin Kosswan is doing, it’s a series he was hired to do for Think Local Market. This is basically an interview with a very smart and ambition young woman named Lisa who came back to the farm … Continue reading