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A Young Couple That is Working to Reinvent Local Cuisine, Jennifer Maxwell of Tiny Apple Farms

A Young Couple That is Working to Reinvent Local Cuisine, Jennifer Maxwell of Tiny Apple Farms

Why buy a blueberry farm near Marietta and start a whole new life? Because Jennifer Maxwell and her husband Matt care deeply about  eating and buying local as an alternative to the organic movement. 

The host, Bill Nowicki, met Jennifer while eating at the Marietta Square Market and Bill was intrigued by Jennifer’s journey from a dairy farm in Central New York to Marietta. Now Jennifer and Matt own Tiny Apple Farms,  a reference to the crab apples that Jennifer saw on the farm. Now with blueberries, bees, figs, pears and chickens they are starting their journey as small farm owners. They hope to work with other local farms to produce dishes that are delicious and very local.

Check out the farm on Instagram and hopefully at the Marietta Square Farmers Market next spring. 

https://www.instagram.com/tinyapplefarms/

1Comment
  • Amy Brown
    Posted at 01:45h, 18 November Reply

    This sounds absolutely wonderful!!
    I would love to speak to you.
    I am part of a Women’s Organization in Marietta that has Special Features/speakers every month. (Luncheon event)
    Our Ladies would find this very interesting. Please contact me, 678-910-1690 cell
    Amy

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