Norwich Meadows Farm Press

ABC News interviewed Zaid after the Stamford University Report concluded there was no difference between organic and regular food.  Please note in actuality a much longer answer was given as it is not a simple answer.  Check out the video clip entitled:  Fact Check: Organic Label

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Fact Check: Organic Label

A new study that asks if that organic label is healthier and worth the price?

09/2012

http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/fact-check-organic-label-17145478

 

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From WeightWatchers.com

We are one of the featured farmers.

http://www.weightwatchers.com/templates/print.aspx?PageId=1363051&PrintFlag=yes&previewDate=6%2F16%2F2012

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We are listed on Blue Hill Farms as one of the farms they love!

http://www.bluehillfarm.com/farms/farms-we-love 2012

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Norwich Meadows Farm is certified organic and is in Chenango County near Binghamton, New York.

Zaid Kurdieh, his partner Yusuf Harper, and their families have been farming on Norwich Meadows Farm for 9 years. Their 80-acre farm is located 50 miles north of Binghamton, in the fertile Canasawacta Valley, about 3 hours and 45 minutes north of New York City. They are currently growing organic produce on over 25 acres. The farm recently opened a second location in Lebanon, New Jersey.

Read More by clicking the link below:

http://www.commonground.org/csa/about-our-farmer/

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This is one of our summer events – let us know if this is of interest to you!

Want to learn more about on farm processing and alternative meat marketing? Hear from Zaid Kurdieh as he explain how Norwich Meadows Farm has expanded their farm to include on-farm Halal Processing. Join us as we tour the far, learn the basics of Halal processing, and discuss strategies for securing alternative meat markets. Attendees will go home with an understanding of the regulations associated with adding on-farm processing to a farm business, as well as the challenges that produces may encounter when first entering an alternative market.

http://www.nofany.org/events/field-days/alternative-meat-markets-and-halal-production June 20th 2012

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Chef Michael Anthony has been buying our organic chicken and produce for years. Many thanks to him for sharing this recipe!

http://www.ediblemanhattan.com/topics/food-dining/chefs-cooks/the-gramercy-tavernnorwich-meadows-csa-box-delivered/ July 18th 2011

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Zaid Kurdieh, Owner of Norwich Meadows on a speaking panel about Local Agriculture and Urban Buyers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4ulON4G1y4&feature=share May 2011
Shared Bounty: Connecting Local Agriculture and Urban Buyers

THE NEW SCHOOL | http://www.newschool.edu

How do we build stronger foodsheds where urban buyers and close-by farmers and producers can connect and thrive? How do we implement new market relationships to change food systems at the local, regional, and ultimately at the national level?

THE NEW SCHOOL FOR GENERAL STUDIES |http://www.newschool.edu/generalstudies

The New School, Edible Manhattan and GrowNYC/Greenmarket present an afternoon of panel discussions and group conversations where experts, practitioners, scholars, and concerned citizens get together to explore these urgent issues including:

Liz Carollo, publicity manager, Greenmarket/GrowNYC.
Zaid Kurdieh, farmer, Norwich Meadow Farms.
John Moore, vice president, Dallis Brothers Coffee.

FOOD STUDIES | http://www.newschool.edu/foodstudies

Moderated by Brian Halweil, editor, Edible East End and publisher of Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn, and Fabio Parasecoli, associate professor and coordinator, New School Food Studies Program.

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On a visit to New York City’s Greenmarket in Union Square, the kids meet some of the farmers and learn about pesticide-free farming.They learn about pesticide-free farming from John Gorzynski. Ron Binaghi explains heirloom tomatoes, how kids can grow potatoes, and the relationship of flavor and freshness. Zaid Kurdieh uses corn and colorful produce to teach seasonality. And Paul Dench-Layton and Jim Grillo teach the kids all about good eggs.

Our Cooking with Kids video series all about teaching children about good food. Read the full article and get recipes on Weight Watchers.com:http://bit.ly/v0XWoA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEclT8S-kl8&feature=share October 24th 2011

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A Trip to Norwich Meadows Farm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mRHa-CEkPo&feature=share Nov 2011

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This video follows food from an organic CSA located 200 miles north of New York City to the hands of urban consumers, providing a glimpse of the simultaneous laboriousness and efficiency of a local food system and the variety of people partaking in the growing farm-to-table movement.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1P5Q4EY_E0&feature=share April 27th 2010

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Norwich Meadows Farms Owner Zaid Kurdieh is featured on page 206 – check us out!

http://books.google.com/books?id=b6OGc1UmEcYC&pg=PA206&lpg=PA206&dq=Alice+Waters+%2B+zaid+kurdieh&source=bl&ots=UKlmotqpDq&sig=WzlKL40DBO8jKrQOSBX0IggvOxs&hl=en&sa=X&ei=ClRjUJbJJKWV0QHhxICwAQ&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=Alice%20Waters%20%2B%20zaid%20kurdieh&f=false

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Q & A With Zaid of Norwich Meadows Farm: “The Cycle of Life is Organic”

What follows is a snippet of my question and answer session with Zaid Kurdieh of Norwich Meadows Farm. All other questions and answers have been incorporated into the previous article about the farm.

http://whatisfresh.tumblr.com/post/653477360/norwich-meadows-visit-part-two

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From September 9, 2007 FarmAid – Press Conference

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sustainabletable/1376473690/

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