Kel Rae Farm: Home of the Good Life

Michelle Gulden and her team — Julie Peet and Ashley Morrow — unload freshly-picked produce from the fields of KelRae Farm off of the back of an old burgundy, 1967 Ford 100 pickup. At 10 minutes before 8 a.m., it’s balmy and a blanket of clouds has created a low ceiling over Merchants Square, the site of the Williamsburg Farmers Market. “We’re running behind,” says Gulden, swiftly carrying crates of greens from the truck to their stand among dozens of other vendors, and glancing to the four customers already lined up before the 8 a.m. start time. Gulden positions a few crates and Morrow tidies up the table one final time. Peet…

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