Green farms grow

By summertime, a fallow field behind Brian and Carolyn Biggins' house atop a hill in Adamstown should be lush with ripe, red organic strawberries ready for public picking.

That will be a first for the Biggins' farm, Miolea Organic, in Adamstown. It's also a way for the couple to diversify their offerings -- they already sell organic eggs, garlic and chicken, among other items ----as they seek to forge as much of a lifestyle as they can from their small farm.

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