Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Snowy Thanksgiving

Hello from your snow-gazing farmers, 

As the growing season comes to a close, we are grateful for the encouragement and help that arrived this year in both material and non-material ways.  For the our CSA members who make our training program and food growing possible, for Homefields, who hosts our farming on their land, for arborists and landscapers who bring us wood chips for mulching the berry patch, and leaves to compost to enrich our soils, for friends who donate time and materials for projects including mechanical, plumbing, construction and maintenance.  
The Extraordinary Give Day was fruitful for Homefields, the non-profit which owns the land and structures that we farm with.  Over $8,000 in gifts were given to Homefields that day, a nice boost towards paying for the new acreage that Homefields purchased for our sake.  

The snowy view from the distribution area 

We're so glad we got the rest of the garlic planted yesterday!  The snowy farmscape is beautiful and serene 

Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving from the farm!  

No comments: