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Cheesemaking Does Not Stand Alone

As an integral part of a sustainable food system, the craft and its products are culturally valuable, nutritionally valuable and an intrinsic part of social and ecological landscapes everywhere. The guest writers of this special Life on the Farm column are committed to small-scale farmstead cheesemaking, practicing it year-round at their acclaimed Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse in Holland Township.

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Nina and Jonathan White own and run Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse in Holland Township in western Hunterdon County. Since 2002, they have shown that agriculture and environmental stewardship can go hand-in-hand to produce delicious and nourishing farmstead cheeses, wood-fired breads, pastured meats and charcuterie. Using the best of methods and systems from the past, the Whites are promoting solutions for a resilient future. For more on Bobolink, visit and follow on Facebook @BobolinkDairy&Bakehouse and on Instagram @BobolinkDairyandBakehouse.


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