Well, not really. But, I am featured in a small paragraph in a long, wonderful, and informative article in the Pittsburgh City Paper written about our farm – the place from where we’ve gotten our vegetables all summer and fall. (Our last pickup is in two weeks. *sniff*) Check it out:
“We love the idea of organic vegetables, locally grown, picked fresh,” says Serina T____, of Swissvale. “It was a good way to afford a lot of vegetables.”
T____, 27, is pregnant; along with a towel-lined basket for today’s take, she brought her 2- and 4-year-old. Most CSAs conduct drop-offs at farmers’ markets or other centralized locations. But T____ doesn’t mind the 25-minute drive from her home — a drive that includes, as part of her customized CSA agreement, stopping in Wilkinsburg to pick up Wood Street Bakery bread for Blackberry to sell. “I like the kids to see where the food comes from,” she says.
Click to read all of A Tough Row to Hoe…
There was also a picture of my kids in an article about the farm in the latest Pittsburgh Quarterly–but at $6 an issue, we didn’t buy a copy. It wasn’t a great picture.