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Storyteller Douglas Gayeton visits Park Farming and Fully Belly Farm, May 20, 2022

May 30, 2022

The Lexicon of Sustainability's Gayeton visits Park Farming and Fully Belly Farm

Douglas Gayeyon, storyteller and creative force behind the Lexicon of Sustainability ( spent the better part of May 20, 2022 interviewing and photographing Scott and Brian Park of Park Farming in Meridian, CA and Paul Muller of Full Belly Farming in Guinda, CA as part of a book that he is working on that is going to be about regenerative agriculture.   He had been trying to work with the Parks and Muller for quite some time due to the reputations they have for being progressive farmers who have been putting great efforts into further improving their already outstanding farming systems.  The Parks, Muller and Andrew Brait at Full Belly are part of a broader group of California farmers who over the past three years have been exploring opportunities for reducing soil disturbance in their organic vegetable production practices.  While at Park Farming, Gayeton photographed Park showing a variety of innovative equipment that he has created and acquired over the years, an organic carrot seed production field, a cover crop roller trial, and an elaborate demonstration field where the Parks are evaluating nine different types of reduced disturbance systems for tomato production.  With Muller at Full Belly, he photographed Muller in one of his no-tillage fields and also captured images of Muller in an orchard where grazing sheep roam.  Gayeton will return to capture additional photos of the Parks' equipment fabrication shop in the near future.

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