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NC Farm Owner Says Current Food Supply Chain is Broken
“We’re either building something, or we’re destroying something. There is no staying the same,” Karreman explained. “So the only agriculture that’s going to feed us in a year, two years, five years from now… is a regenerative agriculture. We have to actually be building soil. We need to be making health.”
WUNC 91.5 North Carolina Public Radio
From Corporate Climber To Reverent Farmer: The Evolution of Bruce Nelson
American Meat: WUNC examines a documentary on the changing nature of the meat industry and the sustainable agriculture revolution. Featuring Suzanne Nelson.
Pineapples on Trees: Farms and Food in the NC Piedmont
“What I love about this farm: The passion and intentionality of Suzanne, the owner, absolutely radiates from her and you can’t help but try to be more like her. And their bacon revelatory.”
Spectrum News In Focus
Going In Focus on what is being done by farmers and food cooperatives to connect local communities with fresh, local meats and produce to grow the Farm to Table movement in North Carolina.
Young North Carolina Farmers: Suzanne Karreman
Leave It Better / July 2018
PBS Climate Stories
Suzanne Nelson talks about how ranchers are dealing with climate change
Suzanne on ChapelBoro.com
Just down the road a piece out in Saxapahaw, accidental farmer Suzanne Nelson runs Cozi Farm, a diversified, thriving polyculture where animals are treated with reverence and grace, earthworms are cherished, and all critters eat a species-appropriate diet.
From Political Journalist to Organic Farmer: Suzanne Nelson
Sky Cowans / November 2015