I am such a wienie—I hate being sick!

Now the good news…I just spent two days in Thermopolis attending a meeting hosted by the University of Wyoming Ag Department. The focus: CSA’s.

OMG—I found myself in a room with 40 other people, all ages and all walks of life, who shared a common interest: Healthy Food. Of the 40 people there, 3 actually ran CSA’s, the others were master gardeners, meat and egg producers, an orchard owner, and Farmer’s Market managers. The longest running CSA is Shoshone River Farms in Cody. Scott Richards spoke the second day and I soaked it all up!

The result for Lloyd Craft Farms, besides the friendships developed with other CSA operators, was another orchard contact for our Fruit Shares, and markets for our melons!

Now back to bed—I hope this is only a 24 hour bug!

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Brad Holliday on February 18, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    Get to feeling better! It was great to meet you, Scott and the others last week! It was definately worth the trip. I look forward to you and the Farmer coming over in the spring. The Boss and I plan to travel that way as well to see your place and Scotts. Take care!

  2. Posted by Cathy Titmus on February 16, 2013 at 1:16 am

    Terri… Do I need to fill out the applications and send now or send when i pay! I want to do both fruit and veggie half shares and will pay up front! Will my two slots still be available if i wait until payday in a few days! Thank you!!

    • The sooner the better on the applications–this is how we gauge our seed need–and we are needing to get that done soon here. You can include the check with a note to us to hold it until a set date. I seldom get them deposited within in week as it is–thanks for checking!

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