#122 Cody Nicholson-Stratton about the Foggy Bottoms Boys

In this interview, Cody Nicholson-Stratton shares details about how the Foggy Bottoms Boys farm managed in 6th generation evolved out of a passion for diversified livestock and local food systems into the sustainable business it is today.

Cody shares the story of how he and his husband Thomas were looking to diversify their family’s farm and promote sustainability for future generations. Together with two more generations living and working on the farm, the two expanded the farm to include rabbits, chickens, sheep, goats, and grass-fed beef. They pride themselves in bringing food and fiber that has been ethically raised in a climate beneficial system to the local consumers; providing nutrient-dense protein, luxurious fiber, and preserving open landscapes for future generations.

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