It’s freezing in Chicago. The mention of spring seems like a cruel joke. Yet, even if we haven’t considered putting together a crop plan, we’re still thinking about food. We come at it from the angle that our food system is poorly designed and causes problems we often don’t consider when eating. We believe so […]
Kids benefit from getting outside, exploring a garden and trying new foods, like a just-harvested carrot for the first time. There’s documented evidence that’s it’s worthwhile, but I don’t need it. I see it in their faces and know it in my heart. But it’s only the beginning. Exploring plants and food lays a foundation […]
Thyme for Thanks! In the spirit of the holidays, hibernation, and comfort food- we would like to share our gratitude for the plethora of support and growing relationships we’ve maintained in 2013. Cheers to another year, farmers!