It somehow seems fitting.
The hopes in starting a farm was to connect our community to food in this valley.
To help people rediscover a relationship to the food they eat.
This virus has forced us to isolate.
In that isolation we're finding new ways to connect and really think about whats important to us.
As farmers were trying to adapt on the fly our marketing streams and connecting on the daily to help one another through finding new ways to get our product to our customers.
These times are a great opportunity to create new and strong connections between farmers and our customers.
We look to new ways to sell online direct to customers and farmers markets look to have orders pre-ordered online before the markets.
These ideas will work there way out and I hope this pandemic will help us come together
and build a stronger and bigger local food movement on this island.
We stronger together.