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Cider Making- Sustainable Foodways Series PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Kara Rogers Thomas   
Friday, 01 August 2014 14:25

CiderEditor’s Note: This video marks the fourth in our Sustainable Foodways Series. The series was completed by Frostburg State University students enrolled in “Folklore in Appalachia” in Fall 2013 and “Sociology of the Environment” in Spring 2014 as part of their participation in the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Teaching Project administered by East Tennessee State University. This project, produced by Gabriel Echeverri, Anna Slaten and Ian Cheek, was perhaps the most intensive of the projects, involving multiple interviews and several days of intensive labor which produced more than 40 gallons of Cider. Conducted primarily in the Fall, the group followed up on the project in Spring, planning and producing a film to raise funds for a community cider press. ...

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FSU Sustainable Foodways Project Continues PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 26 July 2014 13:58

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Editor’s Note: This video marks the third in our Sustainable Foodways Series. The series was completed by Frostburg State University students enrolled in “Folklore in Appalachia” in Fall 2013 and “Sociology of the Environment” in Spring 2014 as part of their participation in the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Teaching Project administered by East Tennessee State University. This film is an interesting departure from the rest of the videos produced. Yi-Ling Tseng, a student from Taiwan, spent a year attending Frostburg State University. While here, she became involved in FSU’s Frostburg Grows Project because it reminded her of projects she’d been involved with in Taiwan at her home institution. This film shows the similarities, demonstrating the ...

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Savage River Farm CSA- Student Documentary Series PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 20 July 2014 11:58

Editor’s Note: This video marks the second in our Sustainable Foodways Series. The series was completed by Frostburg State University students enrolled in “Folklore in Appalachia” in Fall 2013 and “Sociology of the Environment” in Spring 2014 as part of their participation in the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Teaching Project administered by East Tennessee State University. This film documents Savage River Farm, an organic farm and CSA operated by Ben and Hana Yoder. It was produced by Megan Carr, a Frostburg State University student enrolled in both courses, who provided the write up below.

Savage River Farm

“One of our biggest goals is to provide good, high-quality food to anyone and everyone, and especially our neighbors and our immediate ...

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FSU Students Document Regional Agriculture and Foodways PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 03 July 2014 07:49

FSU Students Produce Short Documentaries on Local Foodways

Backbone

Editor’s Note: This video marks the first in our Sustainable Foodways Series. This film, documenting Backbone Food Farm, an organic farm and CSA operated by Max and Katharine Dubansky, was produced by Mitch Houck, a Frostburg State University student enrolled in “Sociology of the Environment” in Spring 2014. Lloyd Kerr, a student enrolled in “Folklore in Appalachia” also visited the farm in 2013. Kerr provided the documentation included in the story below.

As participating members of the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Teaching Project administered by East Tennessee State University, each year Frostburg State University Students engage in experiential learning projects in western Maryland. ...

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Frostburg Engle's Bologna by B&B Meats is a Valued Maryland Tradition PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 June 2014 17:45
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