About Me and My Blog
My name is Laura. I’m 28.
From this picture from a couple years ago, you learn a few things about me. I like candy apples (in moderation), I still have those sunglasses (my faves!), I love the Red Sox, and I have shiny hair.
I spent this summer (2009) at the Isabella Freedman Retreat Center on the Adamah Farming Fellowship. Following that happy time, I chose to stay at the retreat center and work in the kitchen (among other things) before I go to grad school. I’ve been accepted to the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy for a MS in Agriculture, Food, and Environment. I’ll be attending Fall ’10.
This is a blog about my life here and all that it includes (Judaism, agriculture, food, the environment) and anything else that I am inspired to write about.
Barley is my adorable cat that now lives with my sister in Northampton. I miss him all the time.
Luckily, here at Freedman we have goats, chickens, and a cat named Baba.