APD Farm is featured in this Chesapeake Bay Journal piece highlighting how animal agriculture can help roll back the clock on climate change and why we believe “what gets measured gets managed.”
On September 29th, APD Farm is collaborating with Pear Plum Cafe in Washington, DC to celebrate the bounty of autumn. Join us for an evening of exceptional dishes, special drinks and lively conversation as we enjoy the flavors that this season, and region, have to offer.
Join founders Matt Rales and Abby Fuller for a late afternoon pasture walk and learn firsthand how APD Farm is addressing the root cause of climate change by grazing cattle in nature’s image. You’ll leave feeling energized about the role regenerative agriculture can play in healing our soil. Don’t forget to bring your camera!
Nourished by OneTable
~Chef’s Table screening & convo with the director + farm-to-Apollo shabbat dinner w/ Johanna Hellrigl + Dio natural wine~
What do masterful storytelling, world-renowned female chefs and progressive agriculture all have in common? Abby Fuller (@abrafever), an award-winning documentarian and the youngest and only female director of our fave Netflix show Chef’s Table…
Check out this article from the High Plains Journal
November 29, 2017
Beef cattle grazing on grass pastures might not be the first thing people think of when discussing the subject of combatting greenhouse gas emissions, but it is an agricultural practice providing significant dividends to the effort…