Standard Examiner Article about “A Changing Harvest” Film

Northern Utah farmers featured on PBS’

‘Changing Harvest’ film

By Standard-Examiner staff,   Sun, 10/20/2013 – 8:28am 

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“A handful of Utah farmers, some of them in the Top of Utah, share their stories of how they are adapting to the changing world of agriculture in a new film, “A Changing Harvest” by Utah filmmaker Frank Feldman, airing on KUED on Monday, Oct. 21. ”

“As suburban development encroaches on the limited amount of farmable land on the Wasatch Front, many family farms are closing, according to a news release. “A Changing Harvest” looks at this phenomenon and what it means to Utahns.”

Adam Diehl, of Midvale, has carved out a unique niche for himself. He farms the backyards of five friends and neighbors, and then invites consumers to buy a share of his produce for the season. Any excess is sold at the Tuesday night Farmer’s Market in Pioneer Park, Salt Lake City.”

 

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