Dan Miller’s motivation to make a difference in agriculture not only stems from his mother’s family farm in the Chesapeake Bay, but also an unconventional source: Washington, D.C., real estate.

While renovating properties and leasing buildings to young chefs in the city, Miller began to meet the local farmers those chefs were buying product from. He noticed a problem.

I'd rather die on yonder gallows...

Today marks the very first "Sam Sharpe Day" being observed in Jamaica. On December 25th 1831, "Daddy" Sharpe refused to work without pay and demanded "half the going wage rate". I think we should celebrate Sam Sharpe's legacy properly by remembering what he started on December 25th instead of commemorating the effects of Sharpe's stance on December 27th.