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Need a little help on your hundred-mile diet during the dark winter?
Need inspiration for your hundred-mile diet through those dark winter months? Farm Folk/City Folk has teamed up with Vancouver photographer Brian Harris to produce a calendar featuring 12 scenes from small-scale sustainable farms in B.C. alongside 12 recipes using in-season local foods. “We’re focusing on community farms, co-op farms,” Harris explains. “It’s an artistic approach, rather than journalistic.” The calendar, the first in what FF/CF hopes to be an annual tradition, are available now and can be ordered through Brian Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org) or FF/CF (email@example.com) at $15.99 each.