While so much happens in the world, the farmers continue farming. In a few weeks, we will begin to have more and more fresh, healthy food available to the community. Right now I am very envious of the hens and ducks, who have a blissful life without the cares or worries of the world.
As everything unfolds and new information comes in, I hope to help feed my community not only with fresh, healthy, local veggies but also fresh, beautiful, local flowers. It is as important to stay mentally and emotionally healthy as it is to stay physically healthy and flowers can do a lot to help! I know many in the community have come to know me for my flowers, but I always keep those veggies around and growing!
Know that me and your other local farms are here to help keep our community food secure and more resilient during times of change or chaos. (It's why I started farming in the first place)
Currently, I will be continuing my weekly deliveries on Fridays so ya'll can have access to fresh microgreens and eggs. Feel free to let me know if you would like me to set items aside for you and I can have them already bagged up and ready to go.
Just before the storm came, this little floofer showed up on the porch and seemed to want to come in, eat a little, and hang out. Never seen her before but she definitely enjoys outside more than inside, so I let her free and she ran off to her real home. It was nice to have a little visitor. Hella kitty did NOT like it though!
Food safety has always been something I've taken seriously. I don't only grow veg for myself but also for my community. My hands are the only ones that touch this food and wash and sterilize the surfaces, tools, and equipment so I know when and how it gets done. If you have any concerns or questions, don't hesitate to ask!
What's available this week?
I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.