It’s organic, and then some

It’s organic, and then some

Heartwood farm’s vision of old-time agriculture energizes young workers
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Ally Sitterly is one of the enthusiastic interns working at Heartwood farm. The 23-year-old from San Pedro, Calif., has a certificate from a culinary school. Below: Duhaime, the farm manager apprentice, lives in a yurt on the farm. The 22-year-old Durango High School graduate has been at Heartwood since April 2010.
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Manager apprentice Cameron Duhaime, 22, and intern Taibi Giarratano, 22, toil in the vegetable field.
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Heartwood farm goes “beyond organic,” using hand labor for tilling and harvesting. Leafy produce includes kale, chard and collards.
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Heartwood farm goes “beyond organic,” using hand labor for tilling and harvesting. Tomatoes grow in a greenhouse.
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Heartwood farm goes “beyond organic,” using hand labor for tilling and harvesting. Radishes are among the bountiful produce.
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As the crow flies, Heartwood farm is not far from Gem Village and U.S. Highway 160. Cameron Duhaime looks across the pasture toward a fenced area on the farm.
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Cameron Duhaime, the farm manager apprentice, lives in a yurt on the farm. The 22-year-old Durango High School graduate has been at Heartwood since April 2010.
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Cameron Duhaime, the farm manager apprentice, lives in a yurt on the farm. The 22-year-old Durango High School graduate has been at Heartwood since April 2010.
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