Life’s a beach

Who doesn’t deserve a treat after a hard summer’s work in the Alps? Max and Monika Herger from Ruosalp took their three kids Roman (10), Marina (8) und Lea (5) to Sicily where they enjoyed the beach in Finale east of the city of Palermo. The Herger’s niece, Nina Baumann, takes care of the farm during their vacation. Soon, Max will take his parttime winter job in the community administration…

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3-Day-CIA-Seminar

Adopt-an-Alp was present at a 3-Day-Seminar at the Culinary Institute of America in Poughkeepsie through to our membership with the host “The Society of Fellows”, a CIA Alumni organization. The presence of over 170 fellows allowed for intense networking. Amongst them was Michael Polier, CEO and founder of “The Food Exchange” and initiator of the Adopt-an-Alp launch party in Los Angeles on November 5. Michael Polier, CEO and founder of…

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Congrats Heuboden: Best Glarner Alpage AOP

It was indeed an eventful week for the Tschudi family on Alp Heuboden. Alpage Heuboden was the outright winner in the category “Glarner Alpk√§se AOP” in Lucerne at the Swiss Cheese Awards that take place every two years. “It is also an award for long-standing quality”, said Albrecht Rhyner, Director of the AOP. The first October week also meant packing. The Tschudi’s moved the animals to the valley. Anna and…

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Adopt-an-Alp party with the CIA

Monday, November 5, 2018 will be a historic day for the Adopt-an-Alp program. Together with our friend and partner Michael Polier from “The Food Exchange” and the Culinary Institute of America we will host a Launch Party at the Greenbar Distillery in Los Angeles. The event is by invitation only. Details below:

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Adopt-an-Alp in USA Today

Yes, our program has made it into the biggest newspaper of the United States: USA Today has a circulation of our 2.3 million copies. Helena Bachmann is the author of this special report. To read it, click here

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