Seasonal food is alive, more fun, always changing. Many of us are attracted to it because it’s actually how our bodies are meant to eat food.
As farmers, we work with all of our interdependent communities in mind: the microorganisms in the soil, plants, animals, and people.
It takes years to not only grow the food and do something like a CSA program, but also tackle systemic food issues. If you’re going to grow and sell food, do it this way.
Originally posted on the King Weekly Sentinel Website. To read Click Here By Mark Pavilons Our entire species is rooted in living off the land, and we can thank our forefathers for creating sustainable agricultural practices. You’d be hard-pressed to find a truly natural farm operation, but public interest has generated a place for the ecological…