It’s organic, and then some

It’s organic, and then some

Heartwood farm’s vision of old-time agriculture energizes young workers
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.
Manager apprentice Cameron Duhaime, 22, and intern Taibi Giarratano, 22, toil in the vegetable field.
Heartwood farm goes “beyond organic,” using hand labor for tilling and harvesting. Leafy produce includes kale, chard and collards.
Heartwood farm goes “beyond organic,” using hand labor for tilling and harvesting. Tomatoes grow in a greenhouse.
Heartwood farm goes “beyond organic,” using hand labor for tilling and harvesting. Radishes are among the bountiful produce.
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.
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.
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.

It’s organic, and then some

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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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