Related Program: Northland Morning The Simple Plate: The Food Farm By Lisa Johnson • Mar 17, 2020 Related Program: Northland Morning ShareTweetEmail Janaki and John Fisher-Merritt circa 1987 Credit Fisher-Merritt Family When Janaki Fisher-Merrit was a kid growing up on the farm, his idea of teenage rebellion was telling his parents how they should be doing things. Now the co-owner of the Food Farm in Wrenshall is telling a whole new generation of farmers. Listen Listening... / 8:11 Tags: The Simple PlateThe Food FarmJanaki Fisher-MerrittFarmFarmingDiversifiedShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content The Simple Plate: DCGP's Starr Brainard By Lisa Johnson • Feb 18, 2020 Rainy City/Flickr Where have all the flowers gone? sang Pete Seeger. Girls have picked them, every one... Yes, but did you know they were eating them? The Simple Plate: Harvest Nation By Lisa Johnson • Mar 3, 2020 Dani Pieratos Farming at the bottom of a mine, working with your family, "Bear Clan negotiations" and more ... Harvest Nation is poised to become an indoor, aeroponic farm ready to serve (in its pilot program incarnation) about a hundred families on the Iron Range. But eventually, the plan is to serve about six times that number. "We've earned our cred as a totally legit festival in the middle of nowhere" By Lisa Johnson • Jul 28, 2017 Annie Dugan What does it take to make the filmmaker's grapevine? Sundance on your resume? Cannes? "Hey, my movie was shown in a barn?" Green Visions: binge-worthy: slow food on slow TV By Lisa Johnson • Jan 20, 2016 Slow food. Slow TV. "Tractor porn." Seriously.