May 25, 2017

Fair Farms had the chance to visit Cabin Creek Heritage Farm, a livestock farm in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The farm is a woodland and pasture-based, sustainable family operation. Established in 2000, the farm aims to find the intersection between modern technology and historically-proved practices such as rotational grazing, to produce quality products.

We spoke with Lori Hill, first-generation farmer and primary farm operator. Lori told us about the ways in which her farming style has been shaped the land, her decision to raise heritage breeds, and her passion for on-farm transparency. Check out the video to learn more!

Video work by Gabriel Bustos.


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