Monthly Archives: July 2013

Land Art

I’ve been thinking a lot bout Land Art during my farm running project–about pieces like Richard Long’s A Line Made by Walking, in which marks were made not with charcoal or pencil but with feet in the grass. During my Broadturn Farm … Continue reading

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Red Blazes

When I first spoke with Stacy Brenner, who runs Broadturn Farm with her partner, John Bliss, I asked about strategies for following the farm’s property lines during my run. “Oh, don’t worry. The boundaries are marked with red tape and … Continue reading

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Bedrock Real

At 1600 acres, Tide Mill is the largest farm out of the 12 on my list. Located in Edmunds, Maine, it’s also the most remote. As with every farm I’ve visited so far, their income (from organic chicken, pork, beef, … Continue reading

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