Hello, dear friends and family! We are closing our inaugural first year Community Supported Agriculture project here at By Faith Farm in Joelton, TN, by sending our gratitude and appreciation to all who came together to make this inaugural season happen successfully. I personally have grown a deeper sensitivity to the growing culture of local agriculture, and the importance it plays in community development. Agriculture is synonymous with human culture itself. Only one can exist without the other. The integral part that agriculture plays in land use planning, viable economic alternatives, local food sourcing, mental health, and community supported communities, became vividly apparent. It has been a real pleasure getting to meet, learn and know all who involved themselves with this project. I hope to see a lot of you next year, or stop by this fall and winter and help put up a fence post or, two.
To close out our CSA shares this week, we have pumpkins, arugula greens, mizuna greens, sweet potatoes, potatoes, kale, pears, tomatoes, dill, zinnias, and honey! What will also come, via e-mail, is the survey! It will be as short and sweet as possible. We just want a chance to hear what you have to say. Questions, comments, concerns.
Also, a reminder that if you happen to have any extra boxes, baskets, or bushels buried under the dirty clothes, we will take them back “as is” this weekend. We will also be sending out notices of our official fall farm gathering sometime in the next week or so. We will be posting periodically about next season and any further developments on By Faith Farm through the fall and winter. Thank you again! We look forward to seeing everyone this weekend. peace and blessings