Eating with Eric Podcast

Episode 18: Reuwai Hanewald on What She Learned From Her Travels

Three things have shaped Reuwai's approach to farming at Terhune Orchards on the outskirts of Princeton: Her family; her travels in Central America and Africa; and science, particularly the environmental science and biology she studied at Princeton University.

The Mount family. The adults, from left: Mike Hanewald, his wife, Reuwai Mount Hanewald, Reuwai's parents, Pam and Gary Mount, Reuwai's younger sister, Tannwen Mount and Tannwen's husband, Jim Washburn. The children, from left: Maya, twins Sasha and Tess Hanewald, Becket Washburn and twins Hadley and Clayton Washburn. Photo: courtesy Reuwai Hanewald.
The Mount family. The adults, from left: Mike Hanewald, his wife, Reuwai Mount Hanewald, Reuwai's parents, Pam and Gary Mount, Reuwai's younger sister, Tannwen Mount and Tannwen's husband, Jim Washburn. The children, from left: Maya, twins Sasha and Tess Hanewald, Becket Washburn and twins Hadley and Clayton Washburn. Photo: courtesy Reuwai Hanewald.

In this episode Reuwai Hanewald speaks about her time in El Salvador and the Ivory Coast and how Terhune Orchards produces robust fruits and vegetables with minimum environmental impact.

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