A 200-year-old Tennessee farm that's home to a very famous pig, an Oregon tulip farm that draws a quarter million visitors, California avocado farmers delivering heart-healthy recipes, and some fast facts about fiber in your diet.
This farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee has been operated by the same family for over two hundred years. You could say it’s where rural meets urban. It’s also home to a pig whose face graces the cover of a famous children’s book.
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Farm to Fork: Avocados and Lemons
Dave Lieberman travels to coastal California where Monte and Maio Winkler grow a particular type of avocados and lemons. It’s produce used to create some one of a kind recipes.
Tiptoe Through the Tulips
Travel to a farm in central Oregon where colorful crops draw thousands of visitors to the farm each year. It’s a combination of agriculture and agritourism centered on big and beautiful Tulips.
Harvesting Knowledge: Fish Farming Ancient Egyptians first tried fish farming using waters from the Nile River. From there, early fish farming spread, or swam across the Mediterranean. Modern efforts were first introduced in the 1700’s starting in freshwater ponds or tanks and evolving to saltwater breeding.
Fast Facts About Food: Fiber in Your Diet Any discussion of nutrition has to include fiber, but you may be surprised to discover that not all fiber is created equal.