1 hour 4 minutes
Sustainable Agriculture, Community-supported Agriculture, Farming
Interview of Shari Sirkin by Brian Francetich at Troutdale, Oregon on May 28th, 2008.
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Originally from California, and moved to Fairbanks, Alaska at age eighteen. It was in Alaska that Sharie Sirkin had her first experiences with vegetable gardening. Shari Sirkin moved to Portland in 1992. In 2002 she and Bryan Dickerson began farming at Dancing Roots Farm in Troutdale. Prior to Dancing Roots Farm, Shari started farming in 1997 on rented land around Portland.
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Francetich, Brian, "Interview with Shari Sirkin, Dancing Roots Farm, 2008 (audio)" (2008). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10892