Print - This new online publication features 
Titus Farms outside Leslie that I hope people on this list will enjoy. The 
video focuses on how young Rebecca Titus hopes to build on her success with 
offering organic fruits and vegetables through Community-Supported 
Agriculture contracts. 

If you visit the site, you will also see a video on using a crimper from the 
Cover Crops Workshop at the Kellogg Biological Station last month.  List 
manager Vicki Morrone did a great job of producing the workshop, and we will 
continue to offer more videos of the speakers. 

The current issue also features information on marketing (how to tell your 
farm's story and building a great farm Web site), as well as advice from MSU 
large animal vet Dr. Ron Erskine on what it takes to get started raising 

Please also take a moment to visit other sections, such as our Food for 
Thought area that features a number of historical documents on organic 
practices that you can download. 

I am editor and publisher Bonnie Bucqueroux, who was managing editor of 
Michigan Farmer many years ago. I have recently been teaching digital 
journalism at Michigan State, though I retired last week so that I can 
devote full-time to making this new online "magazine" a success. 

I hope you like what you see, please share the link with others.  Coming up 
soon is a feature with MSU hoophouse specialist Adam Montri on building a 

Please also e-mail me at [log in to unmask] with any ideas about 
stories you'd like to see (and please offer yourself and your farm as a 
subject for a feature). 

Thanks - 

Bonnie Bucqueroux

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