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Keeping it Green with Abbe

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Abbe Turner was a featured guest on "Keeping it Green," Chris Bond's Saturday morning radio show on WINT- 1330AM, July 27, 2015. Bond is the Farm Horticulturist/ Farm Food Program Coordinator/ Instructor at the Laura and Alvin Siegel Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University Farm in Hunting Valley, OH. He and co-host Renee Bond spoke with Abbe about Lucky Penny Farm, Lucky Penny Creamery, and a new Food Waste for Farms grant awarded to Abbe by SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education) to reduce food waste by repurposing it as livestock feed and compost on area farms.

On the radio track, queue up to -48:00 thru -40:57 to hear about LPF and LPC; then -35:45 thru -21:19 to learn about Food waste for Farms: http://64.199.31.202/welw/Keeping%20It%20Green/150725KIG.mp3

A Quick Bite of Mozzarrella!

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Share a Quick Bite with Abbe and 89.7-WKSU NPR radio host Vivian Goodman, as Abbe demonstrates how to make mozzarrella cheese. This radio interview, first aired on October 17, 2014, is part of a special series of shows highlighting what's happening in the Northeast Ohio food scene.http://www.wksu.org/news/feature/quickbites/40701

Heritage Radio Interview

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Cutting the Curd - Episode 51 - State of Cheese: Ohio

First Aired - 01/09/2011 02:00PM

On the first Cutting the Curd of 2011 - Anne Saxelby resumes her state of the cheese series with the state of Ohio. She is joined by Abbe Turner of Lucky Penny Farm and Creamery who discusses everything from finding farm equipment on eBay to sheep's milk. Tune in and find out why distributors can be hard to work with at times and why Ohio was rated the 2nd best local food city in America.

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Going 'All-In' On Goat Farming

Abbe Turner

October 13, 2008

Many companies have been slowing down and cutting back due of the economy. However, tough times are not stopping some new businesses from coming online, especially Lucky Penny Creamery. We are in the midst of the 'local food movement' from moving forward here in Northeast Ohio. Part of our story, starts with Julie Grant who more than a year ago spoke with us about our goat cheese farm. Well, she's back despite our economic obstacles and she is here to share the latest on how we are going "all in" with our goat cheese farm.

Going 'All-In' On Goat Farming

by Julie Grant, Environment Report