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In Michigan's rural Barry County, Heather Colburn creates jam from "waste."

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Heather Colburn not only creates playful jams (like Vanilla Ambrosia and Tropical Melon Moon) from the bruised and blemished refuse of traditional farming, but she speaks with incredible eloquence on the importance of sustainability. "Farming is an art form. People used to know how to do whatever was needed to survive, but that's all dying out now."

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  • Hannah Wasserman

    mmm what a great read! It's half informative/innovative and half mouthwatering. Now I need jam.