Urban Farmer Featured in Today’s New York Times

November 18, 2009 at 1:43 am Leave a comment

Today’s New York Times features a brief Q&A with urban farmer Kristen Schafenacker, the senior farm assistant at Added Value, a one-acre urban farm in Red Hook, Brooklyn.  “It’s a large urban farm, which makes it a very small, small farm,” says the Indiana native.  The article’s a brief, easy read, plus it comes with a great photo of Schafenacker holding a huge squash.  Anyone know what kind of squash it is?

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