Sveinn Rúnar Ragnarsson and his wife, Ragnheiður, work on Akurnes, a farm in southeast Iceland.
There, with his parents, Ragnar Jónsson and Ingunn Jónsdóttir, they grow and harvest around 250 to 300 tons of potatoes annually.
“My grandfather and grandmother founded the farm in 1937,” says Ragnarsson.
They also raise 500 sheep on Akurnes, and produce cheese from the ewe milk.
The farm is situated in scenic Hornafjördur, nestled between nature preserves, high cliffs, and fjords. Continue reading ..