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It’s hard to believe another CSA season has come to an end. This week we’ll deliver the final boxes for the regular season. Next week we’ll celebrate Thanksgiving and then we’ll take some time to visit with friends and family.
And now for some thanksgivings:
Thanks to our excellent farm crew, who work hard all year, seeding, weeding, planting, harvesting, washing, and packing vegetables and fruit for your boxes – Abigail, the two Antonios, Aquileo, Jaime, Esperanza, Faustino, Gabriel, Carmen, and Jonathan. Long gone are the days when Steve did the bulk of the work himself. We couldn’t do it without you.
Thanks to Jason for competently sewing together all the pieces that make the crazy CSA quilt run smoothly and for your cheerfully adventurous approach to exploring what’s in the box each week.
Thanks to our drivers, Mackenzie and Anthony, for your reliability, careful driving, and calm flexibility in handling anything that comes up on the delivery routes.
Thanks to Mike for years of dedicated service, insight, and the ability to handle anything that comes up. The farm wouldn’t be the same without you.
Thanks to the site hosts for offering your homes, churches, businesses, and schools as pick-up sites. You are the community focus points of the CSA, where neighbors come to pick up their farm shares. We truly appreciate all that you do to help the CSA program run smoothly week after week.
And finally thanks to all of you who subscribe to our CSA. You help us survive as a small farm, and enable us to grow food in a way that respects the land we farm and the environment around us. You are also part of a bigger movement supporting local production of “real” food at a time when the trend is towards consumption of more and more processed foods. We are so glad that you all are out there looking for the sorts of vegetables and fruits that we want to grow!
We hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
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