The North Fork Scrapbook Projects seeks to support local efforts to protect the unique qualities of the North Fork community, and its public lands, agricultural and natural resources, through sharing the stories that are lived here.
The North Fork Scrapbook I am a photographer. My livelihood depends upon beauty being valued, upon beauty being considered an economic asset. I make my living photographing the beauty of landscape, lightscape, wildlife, geology, the interplay of all [...]Read More
“We’re trying to emulate nature long ago, where you had huge herds of bison that would roam around and stay [...]
Harvest Festival Bittersweet, September 2012 This article was written in September, prior to the announcement in November by the BLM [...]
A diverse, sustainable economy For the past 30 years and probably forever, people have moved to this area intentionally for [...]
The Wild Has Inherent Value “I used to believe that the forty percent of public lands in the West was [...]
Last month I called a florist in Kilmarnock, Virginia, to send a bouquet to my aunt for her 85th [...]
The Bakery at Small Potatoes Farm Kit Wiitanen and her fiancé Michael DeJager were living in New Jersey. Kit worked [...]