Today’s guests on Greenhorns Radio, Jason Angell and Jocelyn Apicello, came to farming later in life, transitioning from white collar jobs in NYC.  They learned most of their methods on a small farm in Patagonia, Argentina and moved back to family land to start Longhaul Farm in 2011. They are a micro-farm (with one acre in vegetables, three in livestock, and a CSA of fifty families) — a model that they believe is accessible to those who want to grow their own food and live more sustainably. They believe the current food movement is incredibly hopeful; the start of a rising ecological consciousness that can be a springboard for a movement to promote progress across many sectors of our society – and this is what the Ecological Citizens Project is all about.

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