Cheese Interview with Spring Brook Farm

Episode 8, from Behind the Rind

Will and Ellie Studd visit Spring Brook Farm in Vermont to sample their delicious range of cheeses. This unique farm makes three kinds of cheese from a herd of Jersey Cows. The first, is a semi-hard washed rind cheese called Tarentaise, named after the French Valley which inspired it. The second, is a semi-soft washed rind cheese called Reading, named after the town in which it is made. The third, is semi-soft washed rind cheese called Ashbrook, which was inspired by French Morbier style cheese. In addition to cheese making the Farms For City Kids Foundation provides a stimulating outdoor classroom where urban youth explore new dimensions of learning as academics are integrated into everyday farm activities that practice and teach sustainability.