All articles about “Gail”

Growing a City: Gail Taylor, Part 1

Drive down 4th Street N.E. in Washington, D.C., a fairly active street near Catholic University, and it might be easy not to notice the thriving farm behind a chain-link fence. It’s Three Part Harmony Farm run by Gail Taylor, a key player in the D.C. urban farming scene. The farm’s name defines its core values: Food…

Healing Body and Soul: Gail Taylor, Part 2

The heart of the business model of Gail Taylor’s Three Part Harmony Farm is a 100-member CSA. Click here to read about how Gail found her farm and her role in expanding urban farming in Washington, D.C. Pretty quickly, Gail realized that trying to provide a larger CSA “was just too hard to do alone.”…

A Change in Food Focus: Laura Otolski

When I first met with Gail Taylor of Three Part Harmony Farm in Washington, D.C., to interview her for Grounded Women, she felt strongly that I interview members of her crew as well because of the collective nature of the farm. “This farm isn’t just about me,” she said, which is something I came to deeply…

An Education in Food: Sache Jones

Each growing season, Gail Taylor of Three Part Harmony Farm, an urban farm in Washington, D.C., hires a crew of part-time workers to help on the farm. (Gail’s story starts here.) Sache Jones was one of them during the 2016 season. I met up with her at her other job, Farm Alliance of Baltimore, in her hometown…