My guest is Scott Chaskey. Scott  is a farmer, poet and an educator.   He has worked as poet-in-residence in numerous schools and museums, in the U.S. and in England, and for over twenty years he has taught poetry to children of all ages.  Employed by the Peconic Land Trust as a steward of land, he has farmed garlic, potatoes, greens (and sixty other crops) for over twenty years at Quail Hill Farm, one of the original Community Supported Agriculture farms in the country.  He is a founding Board member of the Center for Whole Communities (Vt.) and of Sylvester Manor Educational Farm (NY), and is past president of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York.  In 2004, he edited “Free Concert,” the final book of poems by his teacher, Milton Kessler, published by the Etruscan Press. In 2005, his most recent book, “This Common Ground, Seasons on an Organic Farm” was published by Viking/Penguin.   He lives in Sag Harbor, NY, with his wife Megan, and their three children.