From Grass to Cheese| 5mins
Director: Todd Tue | Producer: Milk Products Media
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United States
The Nolan family’s Laurel Valley Creamery got its start in 2005 when they purchased the farmland belonging to Nick’s grandparents. After restarting the family dairy farm the Nolans began building their cheese operation. Their goal is to make great cheese, but more importantly they want to use the cheese making process as a way to help people/consumers reengage with the relationship between food and the land. Nick and Celeste firmly believe that by turning grass into cheese, there are rewards that are far greater then just filling stomachs.
From Grass to Cheese | 5mins
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