1 hour 1 minute
Community-supported Agriculture, Sustainability, Delivery of goods -- Bicyles, Urban agriculture
Interview of Melanie Plies by Stephenie Bitz on May 21st, 2008.
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Melanie Plies has been an urban CSA farmer who uses her bicycle to transport goods to customers since 2007. She was a nominee for the Bicycle Transportation Alliance's 2009 Alice B. Toeclips Award. Recently she has teamed up with a few other farmers to form a collective called Rising Stone Farm.
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Bitz, Stephenie, "Interview with Melanie Plies, Backyard Bounty, 2008 (audio)" (2008). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10881