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Edible Jersey – Q&A With Jon & Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Can a magazine article change your life? In the case of Jon and Robin McConaughy, one at least jump-started a directional change for them and their young family that led to their establishing Double Brook Farm in Hopewell in 2004.

The article was Power Steer by Michael Pollan, best known as the author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma, which famously explored our food sources and choices.

It was the New York Times Magazine cover story that week in 2002, when Robin…

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