Wyebrook Farm: A Lesson in Sustainability

I took a little road trip to the countryside on Thursday to farm outside of Philadelphia to have lunch at a well regarded farm known for sustainable farming, Wyebrook Farm.  Its farm to table cafe was a delight. Great food and an amazing atmosphere set against the background of an 18th century barn.  I was so relaxed there that I failed to take a lot of pictures.

The Farm grows everything served at the cafe and also sells their meat at their market on site. Their passion is palatable. Take a look at this article about the farm and sustainability on Martha Stewart here and also this article here.

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TraciElaine.com: Wyebrook Farm

TraciElaine.com: Wyebrook Farm

TraciElaine.com: Wyebrook Farm
TraciElaine.com: Wyebrook Farm

The visit had me thinking more about the food I eat.

“…whenever I hear people say clean food is expensive, I tell them it’s actually the cheapest food you can buy.. I explain that with our food all the costs are figured into the price. Society is not bearing the cost of water pollution, of antibiotic resistance, of food-borne illness, of crop subsidies, of subsidized oil and water — of all the hidden costs to the environment and the taxpayer that make cheap food seem cheap.. the choice is simple: You can buy honestly priced food or you can buy irresponsibly priced food.”
― Michael Pollan

If you are ever in the Philadelphia area, a visit to the Farm is a must.  You will not be disappointed.