Local food pioneers at Jamison Farm talk how they got started, how they’re doing today. A climate journalist discusses climate change and the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, a popular film festival about the outdoors won’t be coming to a theater near you, but now anyone can watch online. It’s okay to go outside, just don’t go too far.
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- The Storied Life of a Pennsylvania Lamb Farm Family - Local food pioneers, John and Sukey Jamison have been celebrated by such famous chefs as Julia Child. After more than four decades, they're still selling their lamb in Western Pennsylvania.
- Why One Writer Says Coronavirus is Like Climate Change on Steroids - There are some similarities: a reluctance to admit to the scale of the problem and the need to take radical action very quickly on a global scale. And we have to listen to the scientists.
- Environmental Film Festival Now Showing in Your Living Room - The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is canceled. But you can still watch many of the films online. See a list of our favorites.
- Pennsylvania Asks Residents to Stay Close to Home for Outdoor Recreation - State officials want people to travel only 15 minutes from home to recreate outdoors.