Nov 25, 2010

Giving Thanks

First and foremost, thank you to our neighbors:  Mike, Cheryl, Megan, Bob, Sharon, Craig, Kevin, John, etc.  They generously let us use their land, they give us encouragement, they build things for us (Craig built both our beehives and our composter), offer us help (especially John, our bee mentor), and they never complain.  We couldn't do what we do without the supportive neighbors we have.

Thank you to the network of restaurants, local grocers, and individual customers that buy from us.  They keep our business going and growing - pushing us to grow new and different vegetables and meats.

Thanks to our family for helping with the needs of our farm from time-to-time, happily eating the food we cook, and listening to us constantly discuss our new projects and passions.

Thank you to the St. Louis community, food bloggers, journalists, Kitchen Conservatory, Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and the folks at for having an interest in what we do.

A special thank you to Stephanie for recently designing our wonderful new logo.

We want to give thanks also to Slow Food St. Louis for supporting our heritage breed, heirloom vegetable, and squab projects the past two years.

Thanks to the new friends and contacts we've made:  The brothers in Waterloo, and Joe, our squab breeder. With their knowledge and help, we've got some very exciting things in store for 2011 and the years to come.  

Last, but not least, thanks to Nature for always being there.

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