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Antwerp, NY, Sep 23, 2009 — A number of restaurants and cafeterias in schools and hospitals are teaming up with local growers with a simple goal: serving locally grown food. These chefs are turning to neighboring farms to get local ingredients, and they're learning to cook with the seasons. The Northern Adirondack Trading Cooperative is sponsoring a "Farm to Chef" tasting event on Monday at Beartown Farms in Antwerp. Todd Moe spoke with a farmer and a chef taking part. Go to full article
Antwerp's Drum and Bugle Corps marches down Main Street
May 26, 2006 — It's been cultivated since 400 BC as a healing herb. Greeks and Romans used comfrey to stop heavy bleeding and heal broken bones. Today, the leafy herb is more of a pain than a prize for some gardeners. But Todd Moe spoke with an Antwerp gardener, who praises the hardy plant. Go to full article
May 11, 2006 — Southern-born Steve Diehl says there are 3 words he hears in Antwerp that he's never heard anywhere else. He called up in response to our series about the Language of the North Country. He spoke with Gregory Warner. Go to full article
Mar 18, 2005 — The plot continues to thicken in Governor Pataki's efforts to resolve land claims in New York with native tribes. The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin may acquire 1000 acres of state forest land in Jefferson County as a part of a settlement. As David Sommerstein reports, the Nation would be prohibited from developing the land commercially. Go to full article