Sunday, April 26, 2009

Heritage Farm CSA

I just want everyone to eat fresh vegetables. I mean really fresh. I am from T-town and many of you "big city" folk who hail from Seattle or any city important enough to be called "the city" know what a nice vegetable department looks like in a grocery store. We can grow our own, or purchase fresh veggies at the farmer's market or we can join a CSA. I happen to be partial to Heritage Farm because they are my neighbors and they are only a hop, skip and a short walk through the trail away, but there are several options on this island. If you go to the Land and Sea blog you can see how hard Linda Degnan-Cobos has worked to link everyone up. We do have this opportunity and I believe everyone should consider joining a CSA. Buying food from a local farmer is the only way to go for a thousand different reasons. Remember, you can go to our lovely co-op, grow your own, buy directly from the farmers at the farmer's market or from their farm stands, or enjoy your own box of fresh food every week from your favorite CSA. Sign up! Your body will thank you.

Senate Bill 510 on Food "Safety"

Rabbits For Meat or Pets

To sign up for a harvesting workshop or to garner additional information, please contact Morgan at mrs.wallouszo@gmail.com

Where Are Tomorrow's Farmers? By Filmmaker Mike Hurwicz of Orcas Island

Thanks to the Raynier Foundation for its generous support of this project. copyright © 2009 by Michael Hurwicz Irthlingz Productions

It's Not Easy Being Green (1969). I still really miss Jim Henson.